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  • Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics Resource Center | Wheaton
    Robert Woodberry 87 Robert Woodberry is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas He is an expert in the long term economic impact of missionary efforts on post colonial societies Response by Michael Gerson nationally syndicated columnist for the Washington Post and CEGPP Fellow March 27 2012 View event video Politics Economics Energy Address by William A Von Hoene Jr Executive Vice President of Finance and Legal for Exelon The lecture presented in the Science Lecture Hall was preceded by a roundtable discussion in MSC 204 March 15 2012 View Event Video In Praise of the 10 000 Mile Diet How the Globalized Food Supply Chain Benefits our Economy and Environment Lecture by Pierre Desrochers Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Toronto Senior Research Fellow at the Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University and a Julian Simon Fellow at the Property and Environment Research Center PERC February 22 2012 View Event Video Entitled to Growth Land Titling and Economic Development in Urban Slums Address by Erica Field the John L Loeb Associate Professor of Economics at Harvard University on the relationship between property rights and economic stability November 16 2011 View Event Video Panel Discussion on the topic of fiscal imbalances Panelists included Speaker Dennis Hastert Congressman Bobby Rush Andrew G Biggs from the American Enterprise Institute and Casey B Mulligan Professor of Economics University of Chicago Michael Gerson Washington Post columnist and FPE Fellow moderated the discussion October 20 2011 View Event Video The Plundered Planet and the Poorest Countries An address by Paul Collier September 14 2011 View Video 2010 2011 Does Capitalism Have a Soul An informal debate with Jim Wallis President of Sojourners and Arthur Brooks President of the American Enterprise Institute Moderated by Michael Gerson October 28 2010 View Video 2009 2010 Robert Lane lecture Human Flourishing Fullfilling the High Calling of Business Leadership April 22 2010 View Video Emerging Economies After the Crisis Can Success Stories Teach Something to the Developed World Panel discussion with John B Taylor and Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada March 2010 View Video AEI FPE Discussion December 16 2009 Is Capitalism Worth Saving The Case for Free Enterprise Lecture by John P Calamos October 28 2009 Financial Investment and Entrepreneurship View Video 2008 2009 Inaugural Lecture by Dr Javier Comboni September 19 2008 Latin America under Globalization Market Reforms Government Intervention and Economic Development Newsletters Spring 2012 Newsletter PDF Fall 2011 Newsletter PDF Spring 2011 Newsletter PDF Spring 2010 Newsletter PDF Spring 2009 Newsletter PDF Winter 2009 Newsletter PDF Wheaton College Archives Special Collections Senator Daniel Coats Papers Audio Market Capitalism Conference September 23 24 2009 PLENARY SESSION ONE MP3 download Presenter John Witte Christian Protestant Foundations of Liberty Equality Basic Rights and Democracy Respondent Peter J Hill Connecting the Dots Economics Christianity and Human Rights PLENARY SESSION TWO MP3 download Presenter Andrew Yuengert Thinking About Markets Acting in Markets Respondent Jeffrey P Greenman PLENARY SESSION THREE MP3 download Presenter Lord Griffiths

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Resource-Center (2016-02-17)
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  • Opportunities for Students | Wheaton
    Resource Center Opportunities for Students Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition Public Policy Series FPE Opportunities for Students Opportunities for Students The following list represents opportunities for students provided by the Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Menu About the Center Events Resource Center Opportunities for Students Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition Public Policy Series Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics FPE Interns Financial awards given towards B EC or Pol IR internships Students chosen through application process Internship must fit with the Mission of the FPE APPLY NOW FPE Scholars Financial awards given towards student summer research projects Students chosen through application process Internship must fit with the Mission of the FPE APPLY NOW FPE Essay Competition 500 Cash Prize Students submit an academic research paper analyzing a problem related to the nexus of economics government and or public policy Winner will be chosen by a panel of faculty readers from the B EC and Pol IR departments APPLY NOW Iron Sharpens Iron The Political Economy of Globalization An exciting 8 week immersion program uniquely blending the cultural political economic and business aspects of a world region MORE Earn 8 credits 4 weeks of

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  • Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics & Economics Internships | Wheaton
    2011 School Year 2009 2010 School Year 2008 2009 School Year Resource Center Opportunities for Students Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition Public Policy Series FPE Opportunities for Students Internships Wheaton Center for Faith Politics Economics Internships Menu Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition Intern Opportunities Students interested in theoretical and practical aspects of political economy are invited to apply for the FPE Intern awards Internships and research proposals should fit within the mission of the Center which seeks to train students in the understanding of market economies representative democracies limited government and the redeeming effects of the Christian worldview on the practice of business government and politics For more information on the program see the brochure PDF To apply for a 2016 FPE Intern Award download an application at your convenience PDF or stop by the POL IR or B EC offices located in the MSC to pick up a hard copy 2015 FPE Interns Jonathan Bryant Free Burma Rangers Chiang Mai Thailand Allison Dalton US State Department Berlin Germany Abigail Guidera Congressman Eric Paulsen Washington D C Carter Harms Paradigm Next Chicago IL Nathan Heath US Representative Randy Hultgren Washington D C Morgan Jacob Naval Surface

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Opportunities-for-Students/FPE-Internships (2016-02-17)
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  • Wheaton College Center for Faith, Politics & Economics (FPE) Scholars | Wheaton
    2010 2011 School Year 2009 2010 School Year 2008 2009 School Year Resource Center Opportunities for Students Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition Public Policy Series FPE Opportunities for Students Scholars Wheaton College Center for Faith Politics Economics FPE Scholars Menu Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition FPE Scholar Opportunities If you become a FPE Scholar in a collaborative student faculty research opportunity you will work directly with a faculty member on topics that contribute to best practices in political economy FPE Scholars will conduct research on a topic where politics and economic market practices converge This year s research topic is Evangelical Approaches to Poverty Relief with Professor Bryan McGraw An outcome of no less than a paper which may contribute to a paper presentation at a professional conference meeting and or a published paper with your faculty mentor is expected The research may be conducted in the US or abroad International experiences must register with GEL Student will receive payment per hour for up to 40 hrs week for 9 weeks for a maximum of 3 500 For more information see the brochure PDF To apply to be a 2016 FPE Scholar download an application at

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Opportunities-for-Students/FPE-Scholars (2016-02-17)
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  • Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics Writing Competition | Wheaton
    and recognize excellence in academic research writing related to the nexus of economics government and public policy Menu Internships Scholars Iron Sharpens Iron Writing Competition Read the winning essay for 2013 by Jasmine Tan entitled Trusting Relationships Trading Relationships The Relevance of Culture in Economic Transactions Submissions are judged based on scholarly contribution clarity originality and organization by a panel of faculty readers from the Department of Politics and International Relations and Business and Economics The person submitting the winning entry will receive an award of 500 deposited directly to their student account Further details and the submission form are available below and in the offices of the Politics and International Relations department and the Business and Economics department Contest entry form Deadline Friday March 25 2016 Contest Description Topic Students are asked to submit an academic research paper analyzing a problem related to the nexus of economics government and or public policy The paper may include theological historical or philosophical perspectives and may also include analysis that is scientific in nature and some suggested topics are Alternative and traditional sources of energy Poverty and development Fiscal imbalances taxation and reform Globalization Immigration Format No more than 20 double spaced pages 10 or 12 point standard font References and footnotes according to MLA APA CMS or CBA style Include title on the bottom right of each page Eligibility Current undergraduate Wheaton College students Paper must not have been previously published Papers submitted for in class credit are eligible must be original work Submission Deadline is Friday March 25 2016 at 5 00pm Include contest entry form student s name should be only on this form Do not put name on the manuscript Hard copy with contest entry form to Heidi Leffler Pol IR office Memorial Student Center Email copy to

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Opportunities-for-Students/Writing-Competition (2016-02-17)
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  • Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics Public Policy Series | Wheaton
    Policy Series aims to disseminate knowledge on the functioning of market economies representative democracies limited government and the redemptive aspects of the Christian worldview Menu About the Center Events Resource Center Opportunities for Students Public Policy Series The State and Local Pay Penalty the Effect of Institutions Skill and College Major Max Schanzenbach Professor of Law Northwestern University School of Law View video of Dr Schanzenbach s presentation in 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Public-Policy-Series (2016-02-17)
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  • The Ongoing Eurocrisis in a 21st Century that Will be Dominated by the U.S. | Wheaton
    Dominated by the U S The Ongoing Eurocrisis in a 21st Century that Will be Dominated by the U S Menu Faith and Public Service Making a Difference at the White House and U S Mint Friendship Across the Aisle Immigration and US Presidential Elections Israel Facing the Current Challenges in the Middle East Poverty Inc The Ongoing Eurocrisis in a 21st Century that Will be Dominated by the U S We will see even more change and change at an even more rapid pace than we have seen in the recent past Johan Van Overtveldt On September 8 2015 Johan Van Overtveldt Finance Minister of the Kingdom of Belgium and former Professor of Economics at the University of Hasselt addressed an overflow audience of faculty and students at Wheaton College on the topic of turbo change a concept of exponential increases in change Overtveldt argued that turbo change will place the United States at the forefront of the 21st century despite its recent struggles and the strengthening of its competitors such as the European Union and China A light reception and book signing followed the free lecture open to the public at Blanchard 339 View event video on YouTube Johan Van Overtveldt Minister of Finance Belgium Johan Van Overtveldt born 1955 Morstel Antwerp Province Region of Flanders Belgium serves as the current Finance Minister of the Kingdom of Belgium A member of the largest political party in Dutch speaking Flanders he has also served as a Member of the European Parliament where he was appointed Vice Chairman of the Economics Committee Dr Van Overtveldt has worked both in the financial sector and as Editor in Chief of two of the most prestigious publications in Dutch speaking Flanders Knack and Trends He remains an active member of the Economics Faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Events/2015-2016-School-Year/The-Euro-Crisis (2016-02-17)
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  • Faith and Public Service: Making a Difference at the White House and U.S. Mint | Wheaton
    Policy Series FPE Events 2015 2016 School Year Faith and Public Service Making a Difference at the White House and U S Mint Faith and Public Service Making a Difference at the White House and U S Mint Menu Faith and Public Service Making a Difference at the White House and U S Mint Friendship Across the Aisle Immigration and US Presidential Elections Israel Facing the Current Challenges in the Middle East Poverty Inc The Ongoing Eurocrisis in a 21st Century that Will be Dominated by the U S A light reception and book signing followed the free lecture open to the public in Coray Alumni Gymnasium on Tuesday November 17 from 7 00 to 8 30pm Ed Moy Former U S Mint Director and special assistant to the president for presidential personnel at the White House Ed Moy served as the 38th director of the United States Mint from 2006 2011 He was responsible for running the world s largest manufacturing of circulating coins precious metal bullion and numismatic products His role included working closely with the U S Department of the Treasury Congress and the Federal Reserve especially during the Financial Crisis and Great Recession From 2001 2006

    Original URL path: http://www.wheaton.edu/fpe/Events/2015-2016-School-Year/Faith-and-Public-Service (2016-02-17)
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