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Sarah Estelle, Ph.D. is an associate professor of economics at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. She is also the founding director of Hope's Markets & Morality student organization, which explores economic issues through a Christian lens and brings speakers and film screenings to campus to enrich the Hope community's understanding of markets. In addition to her work with students, Sarah Estelle, Ph.D. conducts applied microeconomic research on topics including parenting investments, higher education, welfare policy, and criminal justice reform, for which she has been recognized as a Ruch Faculty Fellow. Currently she is researching different conceptions of the role of the state through projects that bridge economic ideas with traditional Christian theology. Sarah Estelle, Ph.D. earned her Ph.D. in economics at the University of Virginia.