quinta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2013

Roteiro de Estudos para uma Ciência Econômica Reformacional

Economics


Bibliographies 

Andy Hartropp. 1997. "Christianity and Economics: an Annotated Bibliography", Association of Christian Economists December 

Bruce C Wearne Cultivating Care within a Vulnerable Economy: an annotated bibliography of the English writings of Bob Goudzwaard 1967-2008 
A full bibliography of Christian economist Bob Goudzwaard's English writings - contains links to most of his works. 


Books and articles 

Henk Aay & Ab Van Langevelde, 2005. "A Dooyeweerd-Based Approach To Regional Economic Development," Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, Royal Dutch Geographical Society KNAG, vol. 96(2), pages 184-198, 04 

Cramp, A B. "In what sphere is economics sovereign?" In: Social science in Christian Perspective. Paul A Marshall and Robert E Vandervennen, eds. Lanham: University Press of America, 1988, pp. 199-217. 

Cramp, A B. Notes towards a Christian critique of secular economic theory. Toronto: Institute for Christian Studies, 1975. Toronto: Wedge; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1979. 

Kenneth Elzinga. 1981. "A Christian View of Economic Order", Reformed Journal, Vol. 31, pp. 13-16. 

Gay, Craig M. 1991. With Liberty and Justice for Whom? The recent evangelical debate over capitalism. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. 

Bob Goudzwaard and Harry de Lange 1994. Beyond poverty and affluence. Toward an economy of care. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. 

Bob Goudzwaard. Capitalism and Progress: A Diagnosis of Western Society. 

Bob Goudzwaard.1984. Idols of our Time. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press. 

Graham, W Fred, George N Monsma, Carl J Sinke, Alan Storkey, John P Tiemstra. 1986. Reforming Economics: A Christian Perspective on Economic Theory and Practice. Grand Rapids: Calvin College Center for Christian Scholarship. 

Graham, W Fred. 1971. The constructive revolutionary: John Calvin and his socio-economic impact. Richmond: John Knox Press. 

Adolfo García de la Sienra. 2008. 'The economic sphere

Donald A. Hay. 1989. Economics Today: a Christian Critique. Apollos, Leicester. 

E. L. Hebden Taylor 1978. Economics, Money, and Banking. Craig Press. 

Kuyper, Abraham 1991. The Problem of Poverty. Grand Rapids: Baker. 

Langevelde, Ab van, 1997. "Bilingualism and economic development in west European minority language regions: a Dooyeweerdian approach," Research Report 97C39, University of Groningen, Research Institute SOM (Systems, Organisations and Management). 

Paul Marshall. 1985. "A Christian view of economics." Crux 21, pp. 1:3-7. 

Monsma, George N. 1988. "A Christian critique of neo-classical welfare economics." In: Social science in Christian perspective. Paul A Marshall and Robert E Vandervennen, eds. Lanham: University Press of America, pp. 287-302. 

George N. Monsma. 'Christian faith and economic theorising'. In John B. Hulst ed. Christian Worldview and Scholarship. Eltham, Victoria: Amani Educational services. 

Alan Storkey 1986. Transforming Economics: a Christian Way to Employment. London: SPCK. 

Alan Storkey 1993. Foundational Epistemologies in Consumption Theory. VU University Press: Amsterdam. 

D F M Strauss. 1997.Capitalism and Economic Theory in social philosophic perspective, in: Journal for Christian Scholarship, 1st & 2nd Quarter, pp.85-106. 

John P. Tiemstra. 1993. "Christianity and Economics: A Review of the Recent Literature." Christian Scholar¿s Review 22 (1993) 3:227-247. 

John P. Tiemstra 1998. "Why do economists disagree?". Signposts of God's Liberating Kingdom: perspectives for the 21st century. Potchefstroom: Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. Insitute for Reformational Studies. 

B. J. van der Walt. 1991. "Norms, means and ends; a reformational approach to economics". Anatomy of Reformation: Flashes and Fragments of a Reformational Worldview. Ch 21. 

B. J. van der Walt. 1999. The tyranny of the neo-capitalist free market economy. Religion and Society: Christian involvement in the public square. Wetenskaplike bydraes van die PU vir CHO. Reeks F3, Versamelwerke ; no. 50. Potchefstroom: PU vir CHO. Ch4. 

B. J. van der Walt. 2003. Towards a normative economy. Understanding and Rebuilding Africa: From Desperation Today to Expectation for Tomorrow.Potchefstroom: Institute for Contemporary Christianity in Africa. Ch 18. 

B. J. van der Walt. 2004. ¿The Bible on poverty and wealth our task as Christians¿. Woord en Daad/ Word and Action 44 (388): 9-12.