Faculty Profile

Jefferson Huebner

Jefferson Huebner

Instructor of Business

Email: huebnerj@spu.edu
Phone: 206-281-2088
Office: McKenna Hall 212

First Generation student

Education: Bachelor of Commerce, University of British Columbia, 1994; MBA, University of Calgary, 2004; At SPU since 2023.

Jefferson Huebner brings a strong mix of academic and corporate experience to the business faculty at SPU.  He has over 25 years of experience teaching a variety of courses in international business, economic development, strategic management and marketing, along with business consulting, strategic planning, marketing and organizational development for corporate and non-profit clients in a range of industries.

Professor Huebner has studied overseas in Europe on numerous occasions and traveled extensively around the world to over 45 countries.  He has been actively involved in developing innovative international travel study courses for students ranging from business and politics in the European Union to economic development and microfinance in Latin America.

His research interests include: International trade policy and regional integration in Europe and North America; Canada-EU economic relations and the CETA trade agreement; Impact of NAFTA on trade and investment strategies of multinational enterprises and Canadian global competitiveness; Evolving trends and impact of Microfinance on economic development in Latin America.. 

Selected Publications

  • Ravenhill, J., and Huebner, J. (2020). “The Political Economy of the Anglosphere: Geography Trumps History”; in: The Anglosphere: Continuity, Dissonance and Location, edited by Ben Wellings and Andrew Mycock. London: Oxford University Press.
  • Huebner, J. (2011). “‘Academic-Field’ Collaborative Partnerships in Microfinance.” Christian Business Academy Review.
  • Huebner, J. (1995). “Liberalisation of the E.C. Airline Industry: A Progress Investigation”; in: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting: Canadian Transportation Research Forum. Competition, Cooperation, Commercialization. Aylmer, Quebec.