Dr. Murray Sabrin is Professor of Finance in the Anisfield School of Business, Ramapo College of New Jersey. He has been a member of the faculty since 1985. He has his Ph.D. in economic geography from Rutgers University, an M.A. in social studies education from Lehman College and a B.A. in history, geography and social studies education from Hunter College. Sabrin has worked in commercial real estate sales and marketing, personal portfolio management, and economic research.
Sabrin's essays have appeared in The Record (Hackensack, NJ), The Star Ledger, Trenton Times, the Asbury Park Press, and NJBIZ. His essays have also appeared in Commerce Magazine, Mid-Atlantic Journal of Business, and Privatization Review, www.lewrockwell.com and www.etherzone.com. He is the author of Tax Free 2000: The Rebirth of American Liberty. Sabrin is a contributing columnist for www.politickernj.com, and writes commentary about New Jersey and the national economy at www.MurraySabrin.com. Dr. Sabrin has been interviewed on scores of radio, television and cable shows over the past three decades.
Dr. Sabrin produced wrote a documentary, The Federal Reserve: 100 Years of Boom and Bust, that premiered at Ramapo College on December 4, 2013. He is currently working on a documentary about the income tax.
Sabrin was the Libertarian Party candidate for governor in 1997 and was the first third party candidate to participate in the official debates with the two major candidates. In 2000 and 2008 he sought the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate. Dr. Sabrin is seeking the GOP nomination for Senate in 2014. In 2007 Dr. Sabrin and his wife, Florence made a $250,000 gift to Ramapo College to establish the Sabrin Center for Business Excellence in the Anisfield School of Business.
Dr. Sabrin arrived in America with his parents and older brother on August 6, 1949. His parents were the only members of their respective families to survive the Holocaust. He became a U.S. citizen in 1959 at age 12, and was graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in 1964.