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Ernest BartellRev. Ernest Bartell, CSC

Professor Emeritus of Economics
(PhD, Princeton University, 1966)
211 Hesburgh Center
574-631-7816
email: ebartell@nd.edu

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.

Selected publications:

  • 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)

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