Bert Wheeler

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Bert Wheeler, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics; Berry Chair for Free Enterprise

Biography

Dr. Wheeler joined the faculty of Cedarville University in 1992. Prior to his tenure at Cedarville, he served as a professor at Liberty University. His professional interests include the intersection of faith and economics, the moral foundation of free market thinking, and economic development. He has published in The Journal of Biblical Integration and Business, The Christian Economist, and written online content for MyEconLab for both intermediate and principles of economics texts.

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Education and Credentials

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Tennessee
  • M.A. in Economics, University of Tennessee
  • B.S. in Economics, University of Tennessee
  • Further study at Mid- America Baptist Theological Seminary

Scholarly Works

  • Free-Market Generosity (Bert G. Wheeler) Torch (2010)
  • The Nature and Purpose of Work and Productivity (Bert G. Wheeler and Galen P. Smith) Journal of Biblical Integration in Business (1999)
  • On the Road to Berea: A Response to Richard C. Chewning's 'Biblical Orthodoxy Requires the S.N.A.P. of Scriptures’ (Bert G. Wheeler) The Journal of Biblical Integration in Business (1998)
  • MyEconLab (Bert G. Wheeler) Business Administration Faculty Publications (2009)
  • Economics (Bert G. Wheeler) Business Administration Faculty Publications (1991)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »

Interests

  • Riding bikes with my wife, Mary Ann
  • Tending to marine aquariums
  • Reading historical fiction