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Is God an Economist?
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2009

Is God an Economist?

An Institutional Economic Reconstruction of the Old Testament

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978-0-230-22222-9
9780230222229
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VW2NQNW
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This book offers a radical new way of approaching the Old Testament. Sigmund Wagner-Tsukamoto argues that rational, institutional and constitutional economic lessons can be derived from the Old Testament, with applications to social conflict and resolution. The book suggests that this religious text also anticipated many modern economic advances.
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amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
argue
conflict
constitution
construction
god
interpret
interpretation
Lemma
nation
reconstruction
social conflict
solution
story
Wealth of Nations
Zielgruppe
Research
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Introduction The Economic Approach to Reconstructing the Bible The Eden Story and Dilemma Analysis: A Paradise Lost On the Genesis of the Wealth of Nations On the Exodus of the Wealth of Nations Economic and Non-Economic Interpretations of God in the Old Testament Conclusions and After-Thoughts on the Economic Reconstruction of the Old Testament
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Autorenporträt
SIGMUND WAGNER-TSUKAMOTO is Researcher in Business Ethics at the School of Management at the University of Leicester, UK. He hold two doctorates (Consumer Ethics, University of Oxford, UK, and Economic Organization Theory, University of Eichstaett, Germany). He has published widely on ethics and institutional economic issues. His publications include Understanding Green Consumer Behaviour and Human Nature and Organization Theory.
Leserkritik

' Is God an Economist? gains a very special profile in the international debate on economics, theology and ethics...Wagner-Tsukamoto's economic interpretation of the Old Testament is here a special treat since it clearly shows that the old dualism of economics and theology/philosophy, on which most ethics approaches are built, is historically and systematically not justified. This reveals some very significant progress in interdisciplinary debate.' - Professor Dr Karl Homann, Head of the Chair, Philosophy and Economics, University of Munich, Germany

Publikation
Grossbritannien
30.01.2009
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Sprache
Englisch
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Hardcover
277 Seiten
21 cm
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14 cm
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500 g
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