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Nimi Wariboko

Katherine B. Stuart Professor of Christian Ethics

B.Sc (Economics,  first class honors), Univ. of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
MBA (Finance/Accounting), Columbia University, New York
M.Div., Oral Roberts University, Tulsa
Ph.D (Ethics, summa cum laude), Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton

Phone: Ext. 2372

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Biography:

Professor Wariboko is on sabbatical for the 2014-2015 Academic Year.

Nimi Wariboko is the Katherine B. Stuart Professor of Christian Ethics. He previously taught at New York University and at the Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University (New York). His areas of specialization are in economic ethics, critical social theory, Pentecostal studies, and philosophical theology. He was a strategy consultant to top investment banks when he worked on Wall Street. He also acts as a management consultant to governments and corporations.

Economic Ethics
Economics in Spirit and Truth: A Moral Philosophy of Finance (2014),
God and Money: A Theology of Money in Globalizing World (2008),
The Depth and Destiny of Work: An African Theological Interpretation (2008), and
Accounting and Money for Ministerial Leadership (2013).

Philosophical Theology and Critical Social Theory
The Pentecostal Principle: Ethical Methodology in New Spirit (2012);
The Charismatic City and the Public Resurgence of Religion: A Pentecostal Social Ethics of Cosmopolitan Urban Life (2014);
Nigerian Pentecostalism (2014), and
The Principle of Excellence: A Framework for Social Ethics (2009) 

Nimi has also published papers and chapters on economic history, business management, corporate strategy, cities and demographics, and political theory. 

 

Courses:
CMLE 712J: Money and Ministry
ETHI 768/868S [TA]: Literature and Ethics
INTE 780F: M.A. Colloquium
PRAC 616F [BC]: A Sojourn in an Immigrant Church: Exploring Identity, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism