This article responds to Gregory Gronbacher's survey on the same by proposing to extend the conversation in four ways. The first will outline a number of elements that helpfully appear in both the work of John Paul II and Gronbacher’s survey. The second will identify three problems in the use of these schools of economics as conversation partners. The third will recount several elements in John Paul’s personalism that are largely absent from Gronbacher’s summary. The fourth will suggest further work to be taken up within economic personalism.
Daniel K. Finn, "The Economic Personalism of John Paul II: Neither Right Nor Left," Journal of Markets & Morality 2, no. 1 (Spring 1999): 74-87