019 | Economics and Creatives – Interview w/Joel Nicoloff (Part 1)

THEOTIVITY | Theology, Creativity & Culture
THEOTIVITY | Theology, Creativity & Culture
019 | Economics and Creatives - Interview w/Joel Nicoloff (Part 1)

For many creatives, the topic of economics just sounds like a bunch of boring numbers and traumatizing flashbacks of math class we may have blocked from our memories… joking! (kinda) Many artists and creatives simply aren’t interested in economics. However, economics is an important subject for us and everyone to have at least a basic grasp and understand how it impacts our lives. But even more importantly, how can we think Christianly about economics and creativity?

In this episode, we sit down with a good friend – Joel Nicoloff of The Six Cents Report Podcast to talk about economics and creatives. We touch on topics and questions such as “Why should pastors and Christian creatives care about economics?”, “What is Subjective Value Theory? And why does it matter for creatives and entrepreneurs?” We also talk about how we can think about pricing a piece of art or creative work fairly with an understanding of market forces.

This is the first part of a 2-part episode we recorded.

You can follow Joel and The Six Cents Report on Youtube, Facebook and Twitter, or email them at sixcentsreport@gmail.com


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