American Economic Area

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Module: The American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization. Syllabus:

The module: "The American Economic Area of the Western Civilization" is composed of seven parts:

  1. Introduction to the American Economic Area
  2. Christianity in America
  3. The main economic institutions in America
  4. The Three economic sub-areas of the American West Christian civilization
    1. North American economic area
    2. Latin American economic area
    3. The Caribbean economic area
  5. The American economic integration of the Western Christian Civilization (institutions, agreements)
  6. Christian businesspeople of the American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization
  7. American Christian spiritual leaders
The module "American Economic Area (Western Christian Civilization)" is studied...
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), America, Global Economic Relations
  2. Doctorate in Ethics, Religions, and Business, Doctorate America

Learning materials in En or Es Civilización Americana Fr Civilizacion Americaine Br Civilização Americana

The main objective of the module is to define the characteristics of the American economic area of the Western Christian Civilization and its three sub-areas: the North American, the Latin American, and the Caribbean.

Subjects of the module "American Economic Area."

1- Introduction to the American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization

  1. American continent

2- Christianity in America

  1. Catholicism in America
  2. Protestantism in America:
    1. Calvinists
    2. Presbyterians
    3. Methodists
    4. Baptists
    5. Pentecostals
    6. Quakers
    7. Mormons
  3. Judaism and Agnosticism in America

3- Main economic institutions in America.

  1. Organization of American States (OAS)
  2. Inter-American Development Bank (BID)
  3. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)

4- The three Economic sub-areas of the Western Christian Civilization - American.

  1. The North American Economic Area
  2. The Latin American Economic Area
  3. The Caribbean Economic Area

5- The Economic Integration in America of the Western Christian Civilization (Institutions, agreements)

6- Christian Businessperson of the American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization.

  1. Carlos Slim
  2. Luis Sarmiento
  3. Antonio of Moraes
  4. João Marinho
  5. S. Truett Cathy
  6. Philip Anschutz
  7. Ray Hunt
  8. Howard Ahmanson
  9. Steve Strang
  10. Thomas Monaghan
  11. Giving Pledge
  12. Bill Gates (*)
  13. Warren Buffett (*)

(*) Agnostics but belonging to this civilization.

7- American Spiritual leaders.

  1. Martin Luther King
  2. Henry David Thoreau

Map of the economic integration in America of the Western Christian Civilization.

America Foreign trade

Christianity America

Subject Description - American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization.

Within the American Economic Area of the Western Christian Civilization from the point of view of historical, cultural, and economic integration we can identify three areas.

  1. The North American Economic Area: the United States and Canada. The US is the world's political leader and the first global economy. The European Union and the United States account for 50% of the total global gross domestic product. Canada is one of the strongest economies.
  2. The Latin American Economic Area. Latin American countries seek to integrate their economies: the MERCOSUR, the ALADI, the UNASUR, the ALBA, the Pacific Alliance
  3. The Caribbean Economic Area. The Caribbean comprises Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Granada, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago. Total population: 15 millions of people. The main process of integration is the CARICOM (Caribbean Community).

Civilizations and integration

Today Christianity is the main religion of the American continent, but in the pre-Columbian Era, there were several Native American religions, many of which have survived. The presence of these religions is evident in countries like Guatemala, Bolivia, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, and Brazil. Approximately, the Native American population is 50 millions of people.

Finally, it should be noted the influence in many American countries of the African Diaspora (200 million of Afro-American descendants of the 30 million Africans were stolen from Africa and transported as slaves to America). Afro-Americans belongs to the Christian Civilization (America) but may also belongs to the African Civilization (included in the vision of the African Union of a United Africa).

Thomas Monaghan

La Paz Business

Andean Community

Howard Ahmanson Pentecostal

Martin Luther King



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