The Silent Shapers of our Thoughts: The Relevance of the Concept of “Vision” in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis

  • Paul R. Koch

Abstract

This essay is an exploration of the meaning and significance of the concept of "vision" in economic analysis. It includes a definition of the term and its use by previous economists, its importance for the form and structure of economic inquiry, its relevance to an understanding of the debate over the future of the global economy in the wake of the financial crisis, and an examination of the nature of Christian reflection on this topic, particularly with respect to its significance for instructional design and the ongoing conversation about these issues within the church.

How to Cite
Koch, P. R. (1). The Silent Shapers of our Thoughts: The Relevance of the Concept of “Vision” in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis. Christian Business Academy Review, 7. Retrieved from https://cbfa-cbar.org/index.php/cbar/article/view/53
Section
Creative Instruction