Monthly Archives: December 2023

ACE Luncheon at the ASSA Meeting, (Jan. 6, 2024)

All ACE Events at the ASSA Meeting are on Saturday, January 6, 2024.

This year’s luncheon will occur between the two sessions hosted by ACE.

Please RSVP for the annual ACE fellowship luncheon by completing this survey. Your timely RSVP allows us to provide an accurate headcount which is required by the restaurant by year end. An accurate headcount allows ACE to be more prudent with resources.

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Casa Rio – 430 E. Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX

Located 0.3 miles from the Convention Center

Lunch will include the Enchilada and Fajita Buffet, gluten free and vegetarian options are included in the offerings. Offerings include Chili con Queso, Guacamole, Marinated Chicken and Beef Fajita Strips, Cheese Enchiladas, Chili con Carne, Grilled Peppers and Onions, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream, Pico de Gallo with Mexican Rice and Refried Beans. Chips, Salsa, Tortillas, Water, and Tea. Custom menu options are available by request. Please reach out with any additional dietary restrictions.

In order to improve the luncheon experience, we are accepting payment in advance of the meetings through our PayPal account. We will be collecting payments (cash, credit card, or check) at the luncheon as well. Click below to prepay for your luncheon (which would be a great help!).

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ACE at the ASSA Meetings in San Antonio

We have two sessions as well as a luncheon and business meeting set for the ASSA meetings in January. If you are attending the conference we would love to see you at one or all of these. The details are here. For the paper abstracts, check out the ASSA program here, and filter for sessions sponsored by the Association of Christian Economists.

ACE Fellowship Luncheon and Business Meeting

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Casa Rio – 430 E. Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX

Located 0.3 miles from the Convention Center.

Please RSVP if you plan to attend. Pre-payment and additional information can be found here.

Financial Leadership for Good: Stakeholders, Shareholders, and Foundations (G3)

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Convention Center, 223
Chair: Sarah E. Hamersma, Syracuse University

Crossing the Aisle in Organizations: Leaders’ Ideological Diversity and Engagement with Multiple Stakeholders in the Nonprofit Sector
David Park, Syracuse University

Finance, Human Flourishing and the Logic of Stakeholder Engagement
Geoffrey Friesen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Doing Good and Doing It With (Investment) Style
Matteo Binfare, University of Missouri
Kyle E. Zimmerschied, University of Missouri

The Labor Market Impact of Shareholder Power: Worker-Level Evidence
Antonio Falato, Federal Reserve Board
Daniel Gallego, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Hyunseob Kim, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Till von Wachter, University of California-Los Angeles

JEL Classifications
  • G3 – Corporate Finance and Governance

Christians, Economics, and Public Choice (D7, Z1)

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2024 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Convention Center, 223
Chair: Art Carden, Samford University

“Economics is What Economists Do:” Why Developing an Index from Statutory Law Requires Economic Science
Sarah Estelle, Hope College

Godly Economics: Public Theology for an Age of Innovism
Dierdre Nansen McCloskey, Cato Institute

Papalum Economicum: Exploring Papal Encyclicals on Economic Issues Through the Lens of the Austrian School of Economics
Anton Chamberlin, Middle Tennessee State University

Religion, Civil Society Governance, and Public Choice
Anthony Gill, University of Washington


Anthony Gill, University of Washington
Edd S. Noell, Westmont College
Deirdre Nansen McCloskey, Cato Institute
Art Carden, Samford University

JEL Classifications
  • D7 – Analysis of Collective Decision-Making
  • Z1 – Cultural Economics; Economic Sociology; Economic Anthropology

Canadian Mennonite University – Full-Time Faculty Position

Canadian Mennonite University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position in Business and Organizational Administration. We seek individuals who have the capacity to enhance the program depth of the growing Redekop School of Business, within the context of CMU’s commitment to interdisciplinary education. Welcome areas of specialization or strength include accounting, management and leadership, human resources, business policy, marketing, entrepreneurship, international business, and business and development. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching. Preference will be given to a candidate with a terminal degree (PhD, DBA). If a candidate does not have a terminal degree, they must demonstrate a pathway to a terminal degree.

Link to Job Posting

Hope College Job Opening in Finance/Accounting

The Hope College Department of Economics & Business invites applications for an open-rank finance or accounting tenure-track or term position to start Fall 2024Candidates should demonstrate an ability to combine teaching excellence with a productive research agenda, should be committed to the character and goals of a liberal arts college, and should have a commitment to the historic Christian faith. A Ph.D in finance or accounting is preferred but a master’s would be considered for a non-tenure track appointment. Responsibilities include teaching, scholarly research, program leadership, and advising undergraduate students.

For more information see the job posting here.