Associate Professor of Business and Economics
On Faculty since 1973
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.
- 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
"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Unpublished paper: "Civil Society and Global Labor Standards," Association of Christian Economists, co-authored with Paul Hamilton, John Charalambakis, January 1999.