Roger Fox, Ph.D. – Professor Emeritus, Agricultural and Resource Economics
After earning graduate degrees in Agricultural Economics at U.C. Berkeley (MS) and Michigan State University (PhD), Roger Fox taught at the University of Arizona focusing on economic theory and development, agricultural policy, international agricultural development and the world food economy. Twice a Fulbright Scholar in Brazil and Italy, Dr. Fox has conducted research on arid land agriculture, rural development issues, Brazilian and Portuguese agriculture, and the broad area of international development. He was principal investigator and director of a USDA linkages project on Brazilâ€™s bio-energy program, and directed dissertation research on the feasibility of using Central Arizona Project water in aquaculture and in irrigation for cotton production. He has consulted for the World Food Program, the World Bank, USDA and USAID among others.