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Bibliography for The Future of Economics and Theology Research

Paul Oslington October 2009
(Preliminary. A survey, comprehensive bibliography and accompanying Endnote database are being prepared with funding from the John Templeton Foundation. These are expected to be available in 2010)

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Alvey, J. E. (2004). “The Secret, Natural Theological Foundation of Adam Smith's Work.” Journal of Markets and Morality 7(2): 335-61.
Anderson, D. (1984). The Kindness That Kills: The Churches' Simplistic Response to Complex Social Issues London, SPCK.
Anderson, G. M. (1988). “Mr Smith and the Preachers: The Economics of Religion in the Wealth of Nations.” Journal of Political Economy 96: 1066-88.
Anderson, G. M., R. B. J. Ekelund, R. F. Hebert and R. D. Tollison (1992). “An Economic Interpretation of the Medieval Crusades.” Journal of European Economic History 21(2): 339-63.
Anderson, G. M., W. F. Shughart and R. D. Tollison (1985). “Adam Smith in the Customhouse.” Journal of Political Economy 93: 740-59.
Anderson, G. M. and R. Tollison, D. (1982). “Adam Smith's Analysis of Joint Stock Companies.” Journal of Political Economy 90: 1237-56.
Atherton, J. (1992). Christianity and the Market: Christian Social Thought for Our Times London, SPCK.
Atherton, J. (2007). Religion and the Transcendence of Capitalism London, SCM
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Barrera, A. (2001). Modern Catholic Social Documents and Political Economy Washington DC, Georgetown University Press.
Barrera, A. (2004). Economic Compulsion and Christian Ethics Cambridge, CUP.
Barrera, A. (2005). God and the Evil of Scarcity Indiana, University of Notre Dame Press.
Barro, R. J., J. Hwang and R. M. Mccleary (2009). “Religious Conversion in 40 Countries.” Manuscript.
Barro, R. J. and R. M. McCleary (2003). “Religion and Economic Growth across Countries.” American Sociological Review 68: 760-81.
Barro, R. J. and R. M. McCleary (2006). “Religion and Political Economy in an International Panel.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45(2): 149-.
Barro, R. J. and R. M. McCleary (2005). “Which Countries Have State Religions?” Quarterly Journal of Economics 120 4: 1331-70.
Barro, R. J. and R. M. McCleary (2007). "Political Economy and Religion in the Spirit of Max Weber" in On Capitalism edited by V. Nee and R. Swedberg. Stanford, Stanford University Press: 190-219.
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Bateman, B. W. (1998). “Clearing the Ground: The Demise of the Social Gospel Movement and the Rise of Neoclassicism in American Economics.” History of Political Economy 30(0): 29-52.
Bateman, B. W. (2001). "Making a Righteous Number: Social Surveys, the Men and Religion Forward Movement, and Quantification in American Economics." in The Age of Economic Measurement edited by J. L. Klein and M. S. Morgan, HOPE 33 (Supplement): 57-85.
Bateman, B. W. (2008). “2007 Presidential Address: Reflections on the Secularization of American Economics.” Journal of the History of Economic Thought 30 1: 1-20.
Bateman, B. W. and H. S. Banzhaf (2008). Keeping Faith, Losing Faith: Religious Belief and Political Economy Durham, N.C., Duke University Press.
Bateman, B. W. and E. B. Kapstein (1999). “Between God and the Market: The Religious Roots of the American Economic Association.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 13(4): 249-58.
Batstone, D. B. (2003). “Saving the Corporate Soul.” Sojourners Magazine 32(2): 20-5.
Bauer, P. T. (1984). "Ecclesiastical Economics: Envy Legitimized" in Reality and Rhetoric edited by. Harvard, Harvard University Press.
Becker, G. S. (1997). "Religions Thrive in a Free Market, Too" in The Economics of Life edited by G. S. Becker and G. N. Becker. New York, McGraw Hill.
Becker, S. and L. Woessmann (2009). “Was Weber Wrong? A Human Capital Theory of Protestant Economic History ” Quarterly Journal of Economics 124(2).
Beckley, H. (2005). "Christians and Economics" in The Oxford Handbook of Theological Ethics edited by G. Meilaender and W. Werpehowski. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 361-80.
Beed, C. and C. Beed (1996). “A Christian Perspective on Economics.” Journal of Economic Methodology 3(1): 91-112.
Beed, C. and C. Beed (1999). “A Christian Perspective on Neoclassical Rational Choice Theory.” International Journal of Social Economics 26(4): 501-20.
Beed, C. and C. Beed (2004). “An Evangelical Christian Response to Naturalistic Social Science.” Christian Scholar's Review.
Beed, C. and C. Beed (2006). Alternatives to Economics: Christian Socio-Economic Perspectives University Press of America
Berger, P. L. (1987). The Capitalist Revolution New York, Basic Books.
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Berman, E. (2000). “Sect, Subsidy, and Sacrifice: An Economist's View of Ultra-Orthodox Jews.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 115(3): 905-53.
Berman, E. and L. R. Iannaccone (2006). “Religious Extremism: The Good, the Bad, and the Deadly.” Public Choice 128(1-2): 109-29.
Berman, E. and D. D. Laitin (2008). “Religion, Terrorism and Public Goods: Testing the Club Model.” Journal of Public Economics 92 10-11: 1942-67.
Bhagwati, J. and T. N. Srinivasan (1991). "Religion as Dup Activity" in Political Economy and International Economics edited by J. Bhagwati. Massachusetts, MIT Press.
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Birnie, E. (1993). “Testing the Foundations of Theonomy and Reconstructionism.” ACE UK
Birnie, E. (1997). “Should the Christian Economist Be a Theonomist?” Journal of the Association of Christian Economists UK 24: 18-32.
Birnie, E. (1998). “Utilitarian Economics: A Theory of Immoral Sentiments.” Christian Scholars Review.
Blanchard, K. (2005). Not Our Own: Christians and the Paradox of Economic Freedom. PhD Thesis, Duke University.
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Block, W. and I. Hexham, Eds. (1986). Religion, Economics and Social Thought. Vancouver, British Columbia, Fraser Institute.
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Boulding, K. (1968). Beyond Economics: Essays on Society, Religion and Ethics Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press.
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Brams, S. (1980). Biblical Games: A Strategic Analysis of Stories in the Old Testament Massachusetts, MIT Press.
Brams, S. (1983). Superior Beings: If They Exist, How Would We Know? New York, Springer-Verlag.
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Brennan, G. and P. Pettit (2004). The Economy of Esteem Oxford, OUP.
Brennan, G. and A. M. C. Waterman, Eds. (1994). Economics and Religion: Are They Distinct? Boston, Kluwer.
Brennan, G. and A. M. C. Waterman (2008). "Christian Theology and Ecomonics: Convergence and Clashes" in Christian Theology and Market Ethics

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Britton, A. and P. Sedgwick (2003). Economic Theory and Christian Belief Bern, Peter Lang.
Brooke, J. H. (1991). Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives Cambridge, CUP.
Brooke, J. H. and G. Cantor (1998). Reconstructing Nature: The Engagement of Science and Religion Edinburgh, T&T Clark.
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Bulgakov, S. N. (2000). Philosophy of Economy New Haven, Yale University Press.
Cavanaugh, W. T. (2008). Being Consumed : Economics and Christian Desire Grand Rapids, Mich., William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co.
Chalmers, T. (1808). An Enquiry into the Extent and Stability of National Resources Edinburgh, Moir.
Chalmers, T. (1826). The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns Glasgow, Collins.
Chalmers, T. (1832). On Political Economy: In Connection with the Moral State and Moral Prospects of Society Glasgow, Collins.
Chaplin, J. (2006). “Rejecting Neutrality, Respecting Diversity: From "Liberal Pluralism" To "Christian Pluralism".” Christian Scholar's Review 35(2): 143-75.
Charles, R. (1998). Christian Social Witness and Teaching: The Catholic Tradition from Genesis to Centesimus Annus London, Gracewing.
Chaves, M. (1995). “On the Rational Choice Approach to Religion.” Journal of the Scientific Study of Religion 34(1): 98-104.
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