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Interim 2009

Economics

ECON  W80 Christianity & Economics. The last decade has seen a new outpouring of books and articles about the relationship of faith and learning in  economics. Protestants and Catholics alike have debated the moral value of markets and capitalism, and the relevance of different schools of economic thought, ranging from Austrian and institutionalist to the neoclassical mainstream. "Radical orthodox" theologians have produced sophisticated arguments about different forms of economic organization. In this class, students will sample a wide range of this literature through common readings and student presentations. This course may fulfill an elecitive in the Economics and Business majors. Prerequisite: at least one course in economics.  J. Tiemstra. 2:00 to 5:00.

IDIS W15 Harnessing the Wind: Learn to Sail. J. Ubels, S. Vander Linde.