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Warner, Ph.D.

Research Fellow

From: United Kingdom

At LCC Since: 2017

Key Areas

  • Economics of Development
  • Role of Religion in Economics
  • Nature of Money and Monetary Substitutes


Dr. Jonathan Warner has been a Research Fellow of the Center for Faith and Human Flourishing at LCC International University since 2017.

Dr. Warner received a BA in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University, a PhD in welfare economics from the University of Wales, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education from Birmingham University.

After completing his degrees, Dr. Warner taught High School in his native England for four years, moving on to North Cyprus in 1988 to teach at Eastern Mediterranean University. After ten years (with a year away at Nicholas Copernicus University, in Torun, Poland), he moved to Central Asia and taught for a year at the American University in Kyrgyzstan, before moving to Dordt College, in northwestern Iowa, USA. He has also taught at the Russian-American Christian University in Moscow, and in the Creation Care Study Program in Belize. He is Professor Emeritus at Quest University Canada, and is also a non-resident research associate with the Von Hugel Institute, Cambridge University. He currently resides in England with his wife, Lynda. 

His research interests are in the economics of development, the role of religion in economics, and in the nature of money and monetary substitutes.

On October 17, Dr. Warner presented his inaugural lecture at LCC entitled, “Human Flourishing: What Has Faith Got to Do With It?”


Financial innovation and entrepreneurship: Shedding light in dark places?

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

Entreprendre & innover, 48(1), p. 66-73, 2021.

Disruptive Economics. Review Article of David Colander and Craig Freedman, Where Economics Went Wrong and Matthew Hindman, How the Digital Economy Builds Monopolies and Undermines Democracy.

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

The European Legacy, 2020.

COVID-19 and the Goodness of Creation.

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

God and Nature., 2020.

“God and Martha Nussbaum,” in Capabilities, Gender, Equality: Toward Fundamental Entitlements (eds. Martha Nussbaum and Flavio Comim0

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

Cambridge University Press, 2014.

“Rights, Capabilities and Human Flourishing,” in Christianity and Human Rights (ed. F. M. Shepherd; Rowman & Littlefield, 2009), pp. 163-176.

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

Rowman & Littlefield, 2009.

“Development, Capabilities, and Shalom,” in Celebrating the Vision (ed. John H. Kok; Sioux Center: Dordt College Press, 2004), pp. 191-206.

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

Dordt College Press, 2004.


Capabilities and the Common Good, in New Frontiers of the Capability Approach

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

Other author(s): Eds. Flavio Comin, Shailaja Fennell and P.B. Anand, Cambridge

Cambridge University Press, 53- 81., 2018.

Economic Pluralism: The Role of Narrative.

LCC author(s): Jonathan Warner, Ph.D.

International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education Vol 9(4), 358-375. , 2018.