Chris Herdelin

New School for Social Research (US)


I am a graduate of West Texas A&M University where I earned a M.S. in financial economics. In addition, I recently earned a M.S. in applied economics with a concentration in macroeconomics at the Johns Hopkins University Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Science. Finally, I was most recently visiting professor of economics at Villanova School of Business. Prior to that, I was an economist at the United States Department of the Treasury & visiting professor of economics at Ursinus College. I am currently pursuing a PhD in economics at the New School for Social Research.

Research interests

Labor Economics Macroeconomics Monetary Economics Post-Keynesian Economics Post-Keynesian Growth Models Post Keynesian Theory and Policy