Journal of Markets & Morality is a peer-reviewed academic journal engaging in theological and social discourse on modern economic issues. This intellectual journal, published twice each year, explores a variety of theological, economic, and political perspectives, bringing together a diverse assembly of academic scholarship on morality in economics. Some of the questions raised include whether students should be encouraged to pursue graduate education in the modern economy, the morality of antitrust laws, the effect of Libertarian politics on neoconservative Catholics, John Calvin’s social and economic thought, and the moral question of universal healthcare and welfare. Each issue includes dozens of book reviews on economic-religious publications, articles, editorials, and controversial discourse.
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