Faith & learning bibliographies
Business & economics
Chewning, R.C., Eby, J.W., & Roels, S.J. (1990). Business through the eyes of faith.
Claar, V.V. (2007). Economics in Christian perspective: Theory, policy and life choice.
Clouse, R.G., & Diehl, W.E. (Eds.). (1984). Wealth & poverty: Four Christian views of economics.
Daly, H.E., Cobb, J.B., & Cobb, C.W. (1994). For the common good: Redirecting the economy toward community, the environment, and a sustainable future.
Goudzwaard, B., de Lange, H.M., & Vander Vennen, M. (1995). Beyond poverty and affluence.
Harper, I.R.L., & Samuel, G. (Eds.). (2010). Christian theology and market economics.
Kruse, K.M. (2015.) One nation under God: How corporate America invented Christian America.
Miller, V.J. (2004). Consuming religion: Christian faith and practice in a consumer culture.
Rieger, J. (2009). No rising tide: Theology, economics, and the future.
Rose, T. (1985). Economics: The American economy from a Christian perspective.
Ruddle, L. (2004). Business ethics, faith that works: Leading your company to long-term success.
Rundle, S., & Steffen, T. (2011). Great commission companies: The emerging role of business in missions.
Schumacher, E.F. (1973). Small is beautiful: Economics as if people mattered.
Stackhouse, M.L. (1987). Public theology and political economy: Christian stewardship in modern society.
Stivers, R.L. (Ed.). (1989). Reformed faith and economics.
Storkey, A. (1986). Transforming economics: A Christian way to employment.
Van Duzer, J. (2010). Why business matters to God (and what still needs to be fixed).
Christian Scholar's Review. Online and in print.
Faith and Economics. In print.
Journal of Biblical Integration in Business. Online, open access.
Journal of Religion and Business Ethics. Online, open access.