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Eric Schansberg was born on 19 March, 1965 in Louisville, KY, is a ProfessorAuthor. Discover Eric Schansberg’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Age||55 years old|
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His wife is Tonia Baker
Eric Schansberg Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Eric Schansberg
Schansberg is the author of two books on public policy–Poor Policy: How Government Harms the Poor (Westview Press, 1996) ISBN 9780813328256 and Turn Neither to the Right nor to the Left: A Thinking Christian’s Guide to Politics and Public Policy (Alertness Books, 2003) ISBN 9780972975452.
In addition to his book, Turn Neither to the Right nor to the Left, Schansberg has written other essays on Christianity, ethics, and public policy. He also wrote a layperson’s commentary on the book of Joshua, Inheriting the Promised Land. Along with Kurt Sauder, the Men’s Minister at Southeast Christian Church, he has written a 21-month discipleship curriculum entitled ”Thoroughly Equipped”. Schansberg administers “DC” at Southeast to develop lay–leaders and promote making disciple-makers.
In 2006, Schansberg ran as a Libertarian and won 4.5% of the votes in Indiana’s 9th congressional district race. He was the Libertarian nominee for Congress a second time, winning 3.8% of the vote, in April 2008. In both races, Schansberg emphasized fiscal conservatism, bringing troops home from Iraq, reducing or eliminating payroll taxes, reforming Social Security, and eliminating subsidies for corporations and Planned Parenthood.
Schansberg was promoted to associate professor in 1997, earned tenure in 1998, and was promoted to professor in 2000. He was also Distinguished Visiting Professor at The King’s College (New York) in New York City in 2005–06. He has been a member of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, and coordinator of Economics, Finance and Statistics within the School of Business.
In 1995, he married Tonia Baker. They have four boys – two by adoption and two by pregnancy.
He went to Texas A&M University and in 1991 earned a Ph.D. in economics. His dissertation was on congressional labor markets, focusing on the determinants of congressional tenure and term limits. After teaching as a visiting professor at Texas A&M in 1991–92, Schansberg returned to Louisville to teach economics at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, Indiana.
Schansberg has taught more than 40 books of the Bible in expository Bible studies since 1991 and led Abundant Life, a Sunday School class at Southeast, from 2000 to 2008.
Schansberg was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He also lived in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, in Malone, New York, and in Fairfax, Virginia, where he attended Chantilly High School and graduated from Robinson Secondary School. He attended George Mason University and graduated in 1986 with a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Economics. Working his way through school, he held jobs at McDonald’s and Safeway.
He has written popular press articles as well, including essays in the Wall Street Journal, the (Louisville) Courier-Journal, and The Indianapolis Star. Notable essays include works on “vehicle emission testing” in Louisville, property taxes in Indiana, the history of eugenics in Indiana, and “The Arrogance of Power” (on the controversy over Indiana’s 8th congressional district in 1984). He is also the author of SchansBlog.
David Eric Schansberg (born March 19, 1965) is a professor of economics at Indiana University Southeast, an author, and a two-time Libertarian candidate for Indiana’s 9th Congressional District.
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