Albino F. Barrera, OP

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Data di nascita 1956
Luogo Manila, Filippine
Nomina 14 settembre 2021
Disciplina Economia; Teologia
Titolo Professore di Economia e Teologia, Providence College, Rhode Island, USA

Principali premi, riconoscimenti e accademie
Membro del comitato editoriale, Journal of Catholic Social Thought, 2003-16; Fiduciario, Associazione di Economia Sociale, 2002-03; Referee per Review of Social Economy, 1997-2000, 2003, 2004, 2006; Referee per Journal of Religious Ethics, 1999; Referee per Journal of Human Resources, 1996, 1998; Referee dei manoscritti da pubblicare: (Economia) Georgetown University Press, 2004; Referee dei manoscritti da pubblicare: (Teologia) Cambridge University Press, 2005; Referee dei manoscritti da pubblicare: (Economia) Routledge, 2005; Membro, Associazione degli economisti cristiani; Membro, Associazione di Economia Sociale; Membro, Società di Etica Cristiana; Membro del comitato consultivo internazionale, Scripta Theologica, Università di Navarra, 2009-17; Membro, Commissione Internazionale Anglicano-Cattolica (ARCIC), Pontificio Consiglio per la Promozione dell'Unità dei Cristiani, 2018-.

Riassunto dell’attività scientifica
Padre Barrera è membro della Provincia di St Joseph (New York) dell'Ordine dei Predicatori ed è stato ordinato sacerdote nel 1993. Ha conseguito il dottorato di ricerca in economia presso la Yale University con specializzazione in economia dello sviluppo. Ha conseguito la Licenza in Sacra Teologia (STL) presso la Pontificia Facoltà dell'Immacolata Concezione, Washington DC. Gli interessi principali di Padre sono la teologia della vita economica e l'economia della cura della Chiesa cattolica per gli emarginati. Egli esamina, inoltre, come la collaborazione tra economia e teologia morale possa facilitare la prosperità umana.

Pubblicazioni principali
Libri: Catholic Missionaries and Their Work with the Poor: Mitigating Market-Government Failure in Emerging Nations (Studies in World Christianity and Interreligious Relations) (London & New York: Routledge; January 2019; 276 pages; ISBN-10: 0367029189; ISBN-13: 978-0367029180); Biblical Economic Ethics: Sacred Scripture’s Teachings on Economic Life (Lantham, MD: Lexington Books [Rowman & Littlefield imprint]; August 2013; 378 pages; ISBN-10: 0739182293; ISBN-13: 978-0739182291); Market Complicity and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press, January 2011; 326 pages; ISBN-10: 1107003156 ISBN-13: 978-1107003156); Globalization and Economic Ethics: Distributive Justice in the Knowledge Economy (Palgrave Macmillan, December 2007; 272 pages; ISBN-10: 0230600891 ISBN-13: 978-0230600898); Economic Compulsion and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press, September 2005; 266 pages; ISBN-10: 0521853419; ISBN-13: 9780521853415); God and the Evil of Scarcity: Moral Foundations of Economic Agency (University of Notre Dame Press, November 2005; 287 pages; ISBN: 0-268-02192-9; ISBN: 0-268-02193-7); Modern Catholic Social Documents and Political Economy (Georgetown University Press, 352 pages, October 2001, ISBN: 0-87840-856-8).
Ultimi articoli in riviste accademiche peer-reviewed e manuali: "The Role of Maternal Schooling and Its Interaction with Public Health Programs in Child Health Production," Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 32 (1990), pp. 69-91. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North Holland).  Reprinted as Yale Economic Growth Center Paper No. 438. Yale University (New Haven); "The Interactive Effects of Mother's Schooling and Unsupplemented Breastfeeding on Child Health," Journal of Development Economics, Vol. 34 (1991), pp. 81-98. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. (North Holland); "Exchange Value Determination: Scholastic Just Price, Economic Theory and Modern Catholic Social Thought," History of Political Economy 29:1 (Spring 1997), pp. 83-116; "Degrees of Unmet Need in the Superfluous Income Criterion," Review of Social Economy 55:4 (Winter 1997), pp. 464-486; "Mater et Magistra and the Import Substitution Strategy to Development," Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 9:2 (1998), 69-86; “From Obligations to Rights: Economic Progress and the Language of Ethical Discourse,” Downside Review 117:406 (January 1999), 41-58; "The Evolution of Social Ethics: Using Economic History to Understand Economic Ethics," Journal of Religious Ethics 27:2 (Summer 1999), 285-304; “Economic Life, Rights, and Obligations: Perspectives from Theological Teleology,” Forum for Social Economics 29:1 (Fall 1999), 63-74; "Social Principles as a Framework for Ethical Analysis (With an application to the Tobin tax)," Journal of Business Ethics 23:4 (February 2000), 377-88; “Open Markets and the Ethics of Collective Bargaining: Justice as Mutual Advantage in Distress,” Labor Law Journal, March 2001, 41-49; “A Case for Incorporating Moral Philosophy in an Economics Curriculum,” Teaching Ethics (Journal of the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum) 3:41-58.

Professional address

St. Thomas Aquinas Priory
Providence College
1 Cunningham Square
Providence, RI 02918-0001
USA

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