Professor Jeff Herbener

  1. What Is Economic History and How Is It Properly Done
  2. The European Background to American Settlement
  3. The Economics of Early Colonial Settlement
  4. The Economy of the Southern Colonies in the 17th Century
  5. The Economy of the Northern Colonies in the 17th Century
  6. State Intervention in the Southern Colonies in the 17th Century
  7. State Intervention in the Northern Colonies in the 17th Century
  8. International and Interregional Trade in Colonial America
  9. Colonial Monetary Mischief
  10. English Mercantilism and Salutary Neglect, 1688-1753
  11. Economic Impact of War, 1753 – 1763
  12. Rising Standards of Living in Colonial America
  13. English Economic Impositions, 1763 – 1775
  14. Economic Impact of the War for Independence
  15. Conservatives v. Radicals
  16. Political Economy of the Federalists
  17. Economics During Federalist Administrations, 1789 – 1801
  18. Land Settlement and Agriculture, 1790 – 1860
  19. The Capital Structure – Transportation, 1790 – 1860
  20. The Capital Structure – Manufacturing, 1790 – 1860
  21. Labor and Employment, 1790 – 1860
  22. Fiscal Policy, 1800 – 1824
  23. Fiscal Policy, 1825 – 1860
  24. Monetary Policy, 1816 – 1860
  25. Panics, 1819 – 1860
  26. The Economics of Slavery