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Dr. Richard Coronado

Position Title: Professor
Department: Economics
Office: St. Benedict Hall 314
Phone: (913) 360-7489
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Degrees

BA (1969), MA (1971), PH.D. (1980), all at University of Notre Dame

Teaching Experience

Full Professor, Benedictine College, 2005-present

Associate Professor, Benedictine College, 1985 - 2004

Assistant Professor, Benedictine College, 1982-1985

Kansas Committee for the Humanities Seminar, Summer, 1988

Elderhostel, Benedictine College, Summer, 1986

Assistant Professor, Baker University, 1981-82

Assistant Professor, Master of Liberal Arts program, Baker University, 1982

Instructor, University of Notre Dame, 1978-79

Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University, 1975-1978

Instructor, Ancilla Domini Jr. College, 1973-75

Teaching Assistant, University of Notre Dame, 1971-73

Teaching Specialities

Microeconomic and MacroeconomicTheory

Catholic Social Teaching

History of Economic Thought

Social Economics

Labor Economics

Current Professional and Academic Association Membership

Missouri Valley Economics Association

American Economics Association

Grants Conferred

"Seminar in Political Economy and Social Justice," a seminar for Kansas high school teachers of economics, a competitive grant of the Kansas Committee for the Humanities.  Benedictine College campus, Atchison, Kansas, June 12 - June 24, 1988.

Publications

Dr. Coronado presented a paper on the economic thought of Pope Francis in Laduato Si at the spring, 2017 Benedictine College Evangelization conference. The paper was published by the Church Life journal at Notre Dame University in the fall of 2018. The article is entitled: “A Theological Critique of Economic Modernity’s Myths.”

"The Need for Gratuity in Economics:  A Close Look at Caritas in Veritate" - by Richard J. Coronado, in Catholic Social Teaching and Economics: Proceedings from the 34th Annual Convention of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, ed. Elizabeth C. Shaw (Notre Dame, Ind.: Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, 2012), 85-110.

"Centesimus Annus:  John Paul II's Encyclical on the Centenary of Rerum Novarum" Forum for Social Economics Vol. 22, No. 1, Fall, 1992.

"The American Catholic Bishops' Pastoral Letter on The Economy:  Statist or Not?"    Forum for Social Economics Vol. 18, No. 2 & Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring, Fall, 1989.

Papers Delivered

"Pope Francis on The Spirituality of Economic Life" Presented at Symposium on New Evangelization, April 1, 2017, Atchison, KS. Also included in Church Life Journal, September 25, 2018.

"Conceptions of Freedom in Catholic Social Thought," by Dr. Richard Coronado, presented at the Missouri Valley Economics Association annual meeting in Kansas City, Mo., on October 22, 2015.

Dr. Richard Coronado's Distinguished Educator of the Year Address - April 25, 2012

The Need for Gratuity in Economics" - by Dr. Richard Coronado, presented Sept. 24, 2011, in Detroit at the annual meeting of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars.

"Open Letter in Reply to U.S. Representative Paul Ryan's Commencement Address at 2013 Benedictine College Graduation Ceremony" - by Dr. Richard Coronado. Presented at the Missouri Valley Economics Association annual meeting in Kansas City, Mo., on October 17, 2013.

Centesimus Annus and Key Elements of John Paul II’s Political Economy”  - by Dr. Richard Coronado, presented at the Missouri Valley Economics Association meeting in Kansas City, Mo., on October 22, 2009.  (Edited for the Web in June, 2010.)

Centesimus Annus and Key Elements of Catholic Political Economy,” Missouri Valley Economics Association, Kansas City, Missouri, October 22, 2007.

“Adam Smith and John Paul II on Keeping Capitalism Within Moral Bounds: The Theory of Moral Sentiments and Centesimus Annus.” Missouri Valley Economics Association, Kansas City, Missouri, February 28, 2004.

“French Approaches to Globalization,” Benedictine College Faculty Colloquium, co-presentation with Dr. Daphne McConnell, Atchison, Kansas, January 22, 2003.

“A Note on Conceptions of Freedom in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments,” Missouri Valley Economics Association, Kansas City, Missouri, February 24, 2001. (far different version than in ‘99)

“A Note on Conceptions of Freedom in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments,” Missouri Valley Economics Association, Memphis, Tennessee, February 26, 1999.

“Economists’ Responses to The U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Pastoral Letter on the Economy 1986-1996,” Association for Social Economics, Chicago, Illinois, July 26, 1998.

"Economists on the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Pastoral Letter on the Economy 1986-1996,” Missouri
Valley Economics Association, St. Louis, Missouri, March 1, 1997.

"Centesimus Annus:  John Paul II's Encyclical on the Centenary of Rerum Novarum," Missouri Valley Economics Association, St. Louis, Missouri, February 28, 1992.

"Centesimus Annus:  An Initial View,"  Sixth World Congress of Social Economics, Omaha, Nebraska, August 10, 1991.

"Some Implications for Economists of John Paul II's Latest Encyclical, On Social Concerns," a paper delivered at the Missouri Valley Economics Association meetings, Memphis, Tennessee, February 24, 1990.

"The American Bishops' Pastoral Letter on The Economy:  Statist or Not?," a paper delivered at the Missouri Valley Economics Association meetings, Kansas City, Missouri, February 28, 1987.

"The Bishops' Pastoral Letter on the Economy -- An Overview," presented

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