Gerald T. Fox received his PhD in economics from the University of Utah. He completed his undergraduate degree in economics at Brigham Young University. Professor Fox teaches economics at High Point University. His research interests include political macroeconomics, regional economic analysis, and globalism. He has published research in the Journal of Conﬂict Resolution,Applied Research in Economic Development, and the Journal of Macroeconomics. He has also coauthored a major economic impact study on the furniture industry in North Carolina. He has presented research at numerous academic conferences. Dr. Fox speaks Japanese and travels to Japan in the summers. He has worked in the Philippines, Japan, Poland, France, and England. He was a visiting professor at the University of War saw in Poland. He has also served as Faculty-in- Residence at the University of Winchester in Winchester, UK.