Aims & Scope

The Journal of Religion and Business Ethics is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the ethical and religious issues that arise in the modern business setting. At the intersection of theory and practice, the journal combines conceptual analysis and normative deliberations in order to shape academic debates and policy decisions.

Business practices in the emerging global economy provide opportunities and challenges that require an ethical response. Frequently, this response is made within the setting where one or more religions have some influence on policy and practice. The Journal of Religion and Business Ethics seeks high quality work that explores the ways religious ethics challenges and is, in turn, challenged by this constantly evolving business context.

The Journal of Religion and Business Ethics publishes book reviews on various topics relating to the way religious ethics apply to economic and business decisions. If you would like to have your book reviewed please make inquiries to:

Thomas O'Brien
DePaul University
Religious Studies Department
2331 North Racine Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614
Phone: 773-325-1283
Fax: 773-325-4439

Note: We can not guarantee to review all books received.