Catholicism and Modernity: What Economic Doctrines Can Teach Us


  • Daniel K. Finn


Author Biography

Daniel K. Finn

Daniel K. Finn is a professor of theology and the Clemens Professor of Economics and the Liberal
Arts at St. John’s University (MN). His teaching and research interests include ethics and economics,
morality and markets, power in Catholic social thought, and ethics and international trade. He is a
recipient of the Monica Hellwig Award from the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities for
outstanding contributions to Catholic intellectual life, and of the Thomas F. Divine Award from the
Association for Social Economics for lifetime contributions to social economics in the social economy.
He is the author of several books and scholarly publications including Christian Economic Ethics:
History and Implications, The Moral Ecology of Markets: Assessing Claims about Markets and
Justice, and Just Trading: On the Ethics and Economics of International Trade.




How to Cite

Finn, D. K. (2016). Catholicism and Modernity: What Economic Doctrines Can Teach Us. Integritas: Advancing the Mission of Catholic Higher Education, 6(2), 1.