Norman Ewert, Ph.D.

Business and Economics Department

Associate Professor of Business and Economics
On Faculty since 1973

Phone: (630)752-5311
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Education

Ph.D., Economics, Southern Illinois University

M.A., Economics, University of Kansas

B.A., History, Tabor College, Kansas

About Norman Ewert

Dr. Ewert's interests include advising with Plowshares, a student peace and justice organization, co-hosting the annual Third World Craft sale with wife, Sharon Coolidge Ewert and singing in church choir.

Courses Taught

  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Small Scale Enterprise and Economic Development
  • International Economics
  • Senior Seminar

Membership in Professional Societies

Mennonite Economic Development Associates

Publications

"Internationalizing the Business/Economics Curriculum", in Robert Hess, ed., Internationalizing the Curriculum, 1987.
"Business and Christian Mission," Transformation, January/February, 1992.

Book review of Craig Gay: With Justice and Liberty for Whom?, ACE Bulletin, 1992.

"Justice, Charity, and Anabaptist Economics; Case Study: LDC Debt Crisis," in Redekop, Krahn, Steiner, eds., Breaking the Silence: Anabaptist/Mennonite Faith and Economics, University Press of America, 1994.

"Globalization, Human Rights and Civil Society" Mercy Corps International/CCCU, co-authored with Mark Amstutz, John Charalambakis, Fall 1998

Unpublished paper: "Civil Society and Global Labor Standards," Association of Christian Economists, co-authored with Paul Hamilton, John Charalambakis, January 1999.

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