The Quaker Economist is a free electronic journal devoted to examining worldwide economic, social, and political problems as if people matter. It harks back to original Quaker beliefs in the validity and importance of the individual. Readers are cordially invited to send us brief commentary on these essays. We include an edited selection of these comments at the end of each essay.
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Publisher: Russ Nelson, St. Lawrence Valley (NY) Friends Meeting.
Editor: Loren Cobb, an independent Friend from Boulder, CO.
Chuck Fager, Director, Quaker House, Fayetteville, NC.
Virginia Flagg, San Diego (CA) Friends Meeting.
Valerie Ireland, Boulder (CO) Friends Meeting.
Norval Reece, Newtown (PA) Friends Meeting.
William Rhoads, Germantown (PA) Monthly Meeting.
J.D. Von Pischke, a Friend from Reston, VA.
John Spears, Princeton (NJ) Friends Meeting.
Geoffrey Williams, Attender at New York Fifteenth Street Meeting.
|The Quaker Economist was founded in 2001 by Jack Powelson, Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado, and a long-time member of the Boulder Friends Meeting. Jack died in 2009 after a brief illness. We miss him.
Prior to July 2002, this electronic journal was known as The Classic Liberal Quaker.