The Bad Effects of Good Intentions: Why the Welfare State Inevitably Fails

April 5, 2005 | by | Topic: Conference Papers, The Path to FreedomPrint Print

CVV Inaugural Conference
The Road From Poverty to Freedom: A Look Backward and Forward at the War on Poverty
(Sticht Lecture Hall in the Hall of Arts and Letters)

“The Bad Effects of Good Intentions: Why the Welfare State Inevitably Fails”
By Jeffrey Herbener, Ph.D.
Chair, Economics Department, Grove City College
Senior Fellow, Mises Institute

(Download the PDF paper here.)

Jeffrey M. Herbener

Jeffrey M. Herbener

Dr. Jeffrey Herbener is chair of the department of economics at Grove City College and fellow for economic theory & policy with The Center for Vision & Values.

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