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Primarily featuring posts written by students and faculty in our network, our blog is a forum for writing on issues of faith, politics, economics, and society. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of the authors alone.
A World Without Work?

A World Without Work?

A World Without Work? Technology Automation, and the Future of Work A compilation of essays written by Kevin Brown, Mary Manjikian, Steven McMullen, and Peter Meilaender READ THE FULL TEXT FOREWORD: For those who believe in the biblical narrative, work is a...

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Microfinance as a tool for international economic growth

Microfinance as a tool for international economic growth

Sydney Parker is a junior at Seattle Pacific University, majoring in global development studies and economics, and minoring in business administration and political science. Ms. Parker’s Young Scholars project will investigate the macroeconomic effects that microfinance has in developing nations, specifically looking at the effect it has on the GDP and GNI per capita in those nations.

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Must Politics be Petty?

Must Politics be Petty?

Drew Mackenzie is a junior, University Scholar at Baylor University. Deriving much of his research from classical thinkers, Mr. Mackenzie’s project will look at the role of democratic capitalism in upholding man’s dignity, within a context of pluralism. He is a 2016-2917 Young Scholar for AEI.

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