Steven Rundle, professor of economics and international business, focuses his teaching and research on the intersection between international economics and world mission. He has published two books: Great Commission Companies: The Emerging Role of Business in Missions and Economic Justice in a Flat World: Christian Perspectives on Globalization. Rundle is the advisor for the International Business concentration.
- Economic Justice in a Flat World: Christian Perspectives on Globalization (ed.) Paternoster Publishing Co. (2009)
- Great Commission Companies: The Emerging Role of Business in Missions (with Tom Steffen) InterVarsity Press, Downers Grove, IL (Second edition, 2011).
Journal Articles & Book Chapters
- “The Motivations, Backgrounds, and Practices of Business as Mission Practitioners: Insights from an International Survey.” (with Paul Mindong Lee) Missiology (April 2022). DOI: 10.1177/00918296221087257
- “Direct and Indirect Impact of Institutional Logics of Civil Liberties and Religion on Social Enterprises” (with Mindong Paul Lee) Journal of Social Entrepreneurship (September 2021). DOI: 10.1080/19420676.2021.1976815.
- "Does Donor Support Help or Hinder Business as Mission Practitioners? An Empirical Assessment." International Bulletin of Missionary Research (January, 2014): 21-26.
- "'Business as Mission' Hybrids: A Review and Research Agenda." Journal of Biblical Integration in Business (Spring, 2012): 66-79.
- "Response to Quatro and Childs." Journal of Biblical Integration in Business (Spring, 2012): 98-101.
- "The Challenge of Globalization in Christian Perspective," in Rundle, Steven L. Economic Justice in a Flat World: Christian Perspectives on Globalization. Paternoster Publishing Co. (2009): 1-18.
- "Restoring the Role of Business in Mission," in Winter, R. D. and S. C. Hawthorne (eds.) Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. Fourth edition (Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library, 2009): 757-763.
- "Funding a Kingdom Company" (with Thomas Sudyk) Evangelical Missions Quarterly 43:4 (October 2007): 442-448.
Undergraduate courses at Biola University:
- Global Business Environment
- Business as Mission
Graduate courses at Biola University:
- Business as Mission
- Social Entrepreneurship