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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V&V Q&A on Main Street USA and the Federal Reserve’s QE3

September 18, 2012 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Vision & Values Concise E-publications

Editor’s Note: The “V&V Q&A” is an e-publication from The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. In this latest edition, we interview the chair of the department of economics at Grove City College and fellow for economic theory More>

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STREAMING VIDEO — Main Street USA and the Fed (On QE3)

September 14, 2012 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents, Economics & Political Systems, Streaming Video


The Fed did it again! Mr. Bernanke announced another huge round of bond buying, but what will “QE3″ mean to the average Joe and Jane on Main Street USA? Chair of the department of economics at Grove City College and … More>

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STREAMING VIDEO — Overhauling the Federal Reserve System

May 8, 2012 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Streaming Video

On Tuesday, May 8, 2012, chair of the department of economics at Grove City College and fellow for economic theory & policy with The Center for Vision & Values—Dr. Jeffrey Herbener—testified before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary … More>

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Obama, Looking More Like Nixon than FDR

April 1, 2009 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems

The Bush administration subjected us to a deluge of fiscal and monetary expansion, the likes of which we haven’t seen since the 1960s. The federal budget ballooned 112 percent from $1.86 trillion in 2001 to a projected $3.94 trillion in … More>

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V&V Q&A: On Economic Depressions—Then and Now?

January 31, 2009 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Vision & Values Concise E-publications

Editor’s Note: The “V&V Q&A” is an e-publication from The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. Each issue will present an interview with an intriguing thinker or opinion-maker that we hope will prove illuminating to readers everywhere. More>

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Hans F. Sennholz, R.I.P.

July 23, 2007 | by | Topic: Biography, Economics & Political Systems

The Pastor of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Grove City, James Seeley, who presided over the memorial service for Hans Sennholz on June 26, 2007 took note of his outstanding qualities. He was indeed a great teacher, having instructed … More>

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Pennsylvania Legislature Raises Wages Again

July 11, 2006 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems

Nothing exposes the ignorance or insincerity of policy makers more than support for the minimum wage. If wages could be set by government decree, then why stop at paltry $7.15 an hour as the Pennsylvania house recently did, and wouldn’t … More>

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Primer on Austrian Economics

October 15, 2005 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, White Papers

(Download the PDF white paper here.)

Editor’s note: Jeffrey M. Herbener, Ph.D. is a fellow for economic theory and policy at The Center for Vision & Values. He is a professor of economics and chair of the economics department at More>

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

April 5, 2005 | by | Topic: Conference Papers, Economics & Political Systems

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 … More>

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Kerry in Full Bloom

July 8, 2004 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems

The bankruptcy of the activist view of government is in full bloom again, thanks to the John Kerry campaign.

For starters, Kerry promised to raise the minimum wage. Even if Kerry is an Economics 101 dropout, one would think that … More>

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