Rev. Ernest Bartell, CSC
Professor Emeritus of Economics
(PhD, Princeton University, 1966)
211 Hesburgh Center
Geographic focus: Latin America
Thematic interests: Economic development; Catholic social teaching; economics of education.
Current research: Economic development, particularly in Latin America, and the economics of education.
Coeditor, The Child in Latin America, (2000)
Coeditor, Business and Democracy in Latin America (1994)
“John Paul II and International Development,” in O. Williams and J. Houck, eds., The Making of an Economic Vision (1991)
“Private Goods, Public Goods and the Common Good: Another Look at Economics and Ethics in Catholic Social Teaching,” in J. Houck and O. Williams, eds., The Challenge of the Common Good to US Capitalism (1986)
“The United States and Third World Poor in the International Economy: Some Economic and Ethical Issues,” in J. Houck and O. Williams, eds., Catholic Social Teaching and the US Economy (1982)
Catholic Higher Education: Trends in Enrollment and Finance (1982)