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Kevin Vallier on Social Trust

Kevin Vallier on Social Trust and Religious Toleration in Classical Liberalism

Vallier is an associate professor of philosophy at Bowling Green State University, where he also directs the Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law program. “In Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, what you’re essentially doing is applying the formal and empirical methods of the social sciences to make advances in value theory,” Vallier explains.

What is the Impact of Regulation?

What is the Impact of Regulation?

Experimenting with an innovative format, IHS invited an interdisciplinary group of senior and junior scholars to examine current literature on the impact of regulation in a three-session discussion colloquium.

Jonathan Barth Tells the Monetary Story of America

Jonathan Barth Tells the Monetary Story of America

Whereas many historians look at the eighteenth century as the beginning of the American Revolution, Barth inspects the seventeenth century as “it laid the groundwork for the entire American experiment; and it included extremely intense episodes of political conflict.” In other words, the early monetary story of America centers around the political forces that foreshadowed American Independence.

IHS and Gray Center Study Civil Society

IHS and Gray Center Study Civil Society

IHS partnered with the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State at George Mason University to convene an online discussion colloquium aimed at discovering those lessons and applying them to current debates about American politics and the administrative state.