Teaching the Social Economics Way of Thinking Selected Papers From the Ninth World Congress of Social Economics

Author: O’Boyle, Edward J., editor
Year:1999
Pages:738
ISBN:0-7734-7894-9
978-0-7734-7894-7
Price:189.95
This collection of essays is organized around eight major sections: premises employed in economics; the masters on the social economics way of thinking; diagnostic tools employed in economics; teaching economics and ethics; team-teaching economics and theology/religion; evolution of courses taught from a social economics viewpoint.

Table of Contents

Table of contents:
Foreword; Introduction
PREMISES EMPLOYED IN ECONOMICS:
A Personalist Economic Morality (Peter L. Danner)
Incorporating Creation-Sin-Redemption in Economic Thought and Analysis (Albino Barra)
THE MASTERS ON THE SOCIAL ECONOMICS WAY OF THINKING:
Teaching Social Economics Through the History of Economic Thought: Adam Smith on Power and Markets (John E. Elliott)
J. M. Keynes and A. Marshall on the Social Economics Way of Thinking (Hans E. Jensen)
Three Pillars of a Social Economy (William R. Waters)
Will the Real Adam Smith Please Stand Up? Teaching Social Economics in the Principles Course (Jonathan B. Wight)
DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS EMPLOYED IN ECONOMICS:
Macroeconomic Policy in a Social Economics Perspective (Wallace C. Peterson)
TEACHING METHODS:
Teaching the Social Economics Way of Thinking in Money and Banking (Sherryl Davis Kasper)
Teaching Social Economics Through Active Learning – Examples (Barry Keating)
Getting the Balance Right: Teaching Neoclassical Economics Responsibly (Maureen Maloney)
Social Economics in Ecological Context: A Pedagogical Inquiry (Karin Sable)
TEACHING STANDARD COURSES FROM A SOCIAL ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE:
Development Economics:
Approaches to Development Economics: A Social Economist’s Perspective (Kishor Thanawala)
Environmental Economics:
Sustainability, Economics, and Alternatives: A Mentor Looks at Changing Values (J. Lloyd Lill, Jr.)
Teaching the Social Dimensions of Environmental Economics (John M. Gowdy)
A Social Economics Approach to Teaching Environmental and Resource Economics (Gale Summerfield)
Health Economics:
Health Economics: Health Economics Through the Lens of Social Economics (John B. Davis)
Health Economics: Responding to the Lure of the Market (David George)
Industrial organization:
Industrial Organization and Social Economics (Lanse Minkler)
International Economics:
Thinking and Acting Globally: The social Economics Approach to the World Economy (Brent McClintock)
International Social Economics Through a Neoclassical Lens (Anthony Scaperlanda)
Teaching Social Economics in the International Economics Course (Gerard L. Stockhausen, S. J.)
Labor Economics:
Integrating Social Economics into Analysis of the Labor Market: Causes and Consequences of Hours of Work and Leisure as an Application (Lonnie Golden)
The Social Economics of Labor: Work Decisions in the Short Run and Long Run (James E. Jonish and Neil Terry)
Money and Banking:
Teaching the Social Economics Way of Thinking in Money and Banking (Maryann O. Keating)
Principles:
Teaching Principles of Economics from a Social Economics Perspective (Zohreh Emami)
On the Need for Controlled Craziness: A Revisionist’s Perspective (David George)
The Person Behind the Principles (Edward J. O’Boyle)
A New Approach to the General Education Economics Course (John P. Tiemstra)
Teaching Introductory Macroeconomics as Social Economics (Jon D. Wisman)
TEACHING ECONOMICS AND ETHICS:
Teaching Economics and Ethics: A Social Economics Perspective (Charles K. Wilber)
TEAM TEACHING ECONOMICS AND THEOLOGY/RELIGION:
Profits and Prophets: Economics and Theology in Conflict? (Nancy Ruth Fox and D. Stephen Long)
Team Teaching Religion, Economics and Culture (Patrick Welch and J. J. Mueller)
EVOLUTION OF COURSES TAUGHT FROM A SOCIAL ECONOMICS VIEWPOINT:
Historical Developments in Teaching Labor Economics: Conventional Economics Versus Social Economics (Gladys W. Gruenberg)
Masking and Unmasking Social Economics in the Curriculum: An Evolution (thomas O. Nitsch)
Index