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The Church and the Market: A Catholic Defense of the Free Economy (Studies in Ethics and Economics) by Thomas E. WoodsFirst Place, 2006
Cowboy Capitalism: European Myths, American Reality by Olaf GersemannSecond Place, 2006
The Ethics of the Market by Dr. John MeadowcroftThird Place, 2006
Actual Ethics by James R. OttesonFirst Place, 2007
The Commercial Society: Foundations and Challenges in a Global Age (Studies in Ethics and Economics) by Samuel GreggSecond Place, 2007
Planting a Capitalist South by Tom DowneyThird Place, 2007
The Big Ripoff: How Big Business and Big Government Steal Your Money by Timothy P. CarneyFirst Place, 2008
Civil Happiness: Economics and Human Flourishing in Historical Perspective by Luigino BruniSecond Place, 2008
Aristotle and Hamilton on commerce and statesmanship by Michael D. ChanThird Place, 2008
In the Shadow of Progress: Being Human in the Age of Technology by Eric CohenFirst Place, 2009
Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work by Matthew B. CrawfordSecond Place, 2009
Hayek and Natural Law by Erik AngnerThird Place, 2009

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Templeton Enterprise Award
The Templeton Enterprise Awards are given annually to the best books and articles published in the previous year on the culture of enterprise. The awards are designed to encourage young scholars (thirty-nine or younger at the time of publication) to explore and illuminate the process by which economics and culture are related throughout the world. The awards are presented by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.

First Place: $50,000
Second Place: $7,500
Third Place: $2,500

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