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Economics, Ethics and Knowledge

Citation
Dow S (1999) Economics, Ethics and Knowledge. In: Dean J, Waterman A (ed.). Economics and Religion: Normative Social Theory. Recent Economic Thought, 67, Boston: Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 123-130.

Abstract
The accounts from different religious perspectives demonstrate a perception among some, through the ages, that useful connections might be made between theology and economic issues, particularly to construct a normative social theory. These attempts raise important questions as to the nature of the connections between theology and economics, and thus as to whether they are such as to be capable of yielding useful normative social theory.

StatusPublished
EditorDean J, Waterman A
AuthorsDow Sheila
Title of seriesRecent Economic Thought
Number in series67
Publication date1999
URLhttp://www.springer.com/…78-0-7923-8373-4
PublisherKluwer Academic Press
Place of publicationBoston
ISSN of series 0924-199X
ISBN 978-0-7923-8373-4
LanguageEnglish
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