Monthly Archives: February 2020

ACE Call for Papers (ASSA 2021)

The Association of Christian Economists invites all members to submit scholarly papers to the upcoming ASSA meeting. Submissions will be evaluated for inclusion as part of the two ACE sessions at the ASSA meetings. Submissions of individual papers and complete academic sessions and roundtables are invited.

The deadline for all submissions is Monday March 23, 2020.

Submissions should address topics of interest to Christian economists. Such topics include but are not limited to: Environmental economics, health, education, financial markets, trade, inequality, development, labor, taxation, the economics of religion, and theology and economics.

Papers should be scholarly in nature, and should not have already appeared in print at the time of the ASSA meeting.

Members submitting complete sessions may include participants, paper presenters, and discussants who are not members of the Association. Session organizers should verify that potential non-member participants respect the goals and purposes of ACE.

Applicants should fill out the appropriate tab in the attached Excel file.

Email the completed Excel form along with the academic paper(s) to Edd Noell to Please put “ACE 2021submission” in the email subject line.

All submissions will be evaluated by the ACE Executive Committee (President, Vice President, and two committee members). Based upon topics submitted, the Committee may be expanded on an ad-hoc basis to provide expertise in evaluating papers and sessions.

Members will be notified by the President via email about the decision of the committee.

Feel free to email the President of ACE, Edd Noell, with any questions about papers or sessions:

Erskine College – Assistant Professor of Business Administration Opening

The Department of Business Administration at Erskine College invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor of Business Administration to begin August 2020. The Department of Business is committed to equipping our graduates with the fundamental skills of business management and help them develop leadership and citizenship abilities.

Erskine offers an undergraduate program with emphasis areas in accounting, general business, sport management and health care management. The ideal candidate must have a commitment to excellence in teaching and an interest in teaching a wide range of business courses, including, but not limited to economics, finance, upper level business courses, etc. The normal teaching load is 8 courses (24 contact hours) per year or a 4-4 semester course assignment. Duties include academic advising, college service, and supporting the core curriculum of the college.

 Embrace, support, and promote Erskine College’s Christian mission and philosophy of Christian higher education.

 Preferred candidate will have an earned doctorate in Business Administration or related field from a regionally accredited institution. Master’s degree will be considered.

 Ability to teach undergraduate courses in Business in both face-to-face and online environments

Application Process:
To ensure full consideration, interested candidates should complete the on-line application, which can be found here. The on-line application includes a link to upload a letter of application, a resume, and a list of references.

Application review will begin immediately and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.