Jonathan Warner joins Quest as an economics tutor. He holds a BA in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University, a PhD in welfare economics from the University of Wales, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education from Birmingham University.
After completing his degrees, Jonathan taught at Maidstone Grammar School (England) for four years, moving on to North Cyprus in 1988 to teach at Eastern Mediterranean University. After ten years (with a year off at Nicholas Copernicus University, in Torun, Poland), he moved to Central Asia and taught for a year at the American University in Kyrgyzstan, before moving to Dordt College, in the scenic corn country of northwestern Iowa, USA. He has also taught at the Russian-American Christian University in Moscow, and in the Creation Care Study Program in Belize. Jonathan’s research interests are in development economics, the role of religion in economics, and in scrip money (especially its use during the Great Depression). If Jonathan had a Question, it would be, “What can you do with money?” He doesn’t have any children, just a cat.