Links to Publications
"Monte Carlo Appraisals of Gravity Model Specifications" (with Michael A. Anderson and Michael J. Ferrantino), Global Economy Journal: 8:1, 2008, Article 2. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/gej/vol8/iss1/2
“Benchmarking Scholarship in Economics,” Faith and Economics, 47/48, 2006, 87-95.
“Contract Theory, Distributive Justice, and the Hebrew Sabbatical,” Faith and Economics, 45, 2005, 1-19.
“Reverse Regression and Orthogonal Regression in Employment Discrimination Analysis,” (with Michelle L. Visser) Journal of Forensic Economics, 16:3, 2004, 283-298.
“A.F.D.C. and Births to Unwed Women,” (with Sarah Kampfer and Thomas Vander Veen) Labour Economics, 9 (2002), 801-813.
"An Analytic Model of Emergency Food Provision," Food Policy, 20:4, August 1995, 315-321.
Discussion of Tiemstra, Heyne and Richardson on Christianity and Economics, Association of Christian Economists' Bulletin, Spring 1994.
"Creation, Fall, and What?" Faculty Dialogue Spring, 1993.
"A Portfolio Model for Evaluating Risk in Economic Development Projects, with an Application to Agriculture in Niger," Journal of Agricultural Economics (Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K.), 43:3, September 1992, 412-423.
"The Bible, the State, and the Economy: A Framework for Analysis," with John Mason, Gordon College, Christian Scholars Review XX: 1, 45‑64 (September, 1990).
Commentary on the Oxford Declaration, Association of Christian Economists' Bulletin, Spring 1990.
Books and book chapters:
“American Poverty Policy” in Faithful Imagination in the Academy, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2008.
"Evangelicals, Welfare Reform, and Care for the Poor," in A Pubic Faith: Evangelicals and Civic Engagement, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003.
Response to Paul Heyne, "On Making Judgments," in Economics & Religion, Paul Oslington, ed., Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2002
“The Privatizing of Compassion: A Critical
Engagement with Marvin Olasky,” Chapter Five in Christian
Responses to Poverty in
The Uses and Misuses of
Data and Models: The Mathematization of the Human
Sciences. With W. James Bradley.
Calvin Lectures: “Social Policy after Modernism”
Lectures and other presentations:
Ash Wednesday Chapel, March 2011
Prayer for Parents’ Chapel, August 2006
Lecture: “What does it mean to be Reformed?” October 2004
“Limits to Measurement,” ASSA Conference presentation, January 2004
The Franz Lecture, Gordon College: “Charitable Choice and the Faith-Based Initiative.” Spring 2003.
“The Loss of Happiness in Market Democracies” reviewed in Faith and Economics, 41, Spring 2003, 27-29.
Work in progress:
Wordle of Schaefer’s teaching evaluations
Schaefer’s Political Compass