Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Robert Whaples on the economics of Pope Francis

For those with an interest in the economics of religion here is an interview with Robert Whaples in which he discusses the Economics of Pope Francis.
Is capitalism part of the poverty problem facing the world or part of the solution? Are human beings doing a good job preserving the earth for future generations? To improve the world, should we improve capitalism or ourselves? Robert Whaples of Wake Forest University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about "Laudato Si'," Pope Francis's encyclical on capitalism, poverty, and environmental issues.
A direct link to the audio.

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