There needs to be more discussion of economic perspectives beyond the establishment paradigms of supply side, monetarism, Keynesianism, or Marxism.
In this issue, Nathan Schneider writes about Pope Francis’s economics. Here, he recommends five books of Catholic thought that display strikingly similar concerns to those of secular activists today. Each one emphasizes the wisdom of ordinary people. “In church each week,” Schneider says, “I learn Catholic economics from the diversity of classes and colors who meet under the image of an executed radical.”
Categories: Economics/Class Relations