Dr. Glenn Fox is a past chairman of the Canadian Justice Review Board (2013-2014).
Dr. Fox is an agricultural and natural resource economist. He has been a member of the University of Guelph's Department of Agricultural Economics and Business since 1985. He served as acting department chairman in 2001-2002. Previously he taught in the economics department of the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Fox completed his Phd in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota. His research interests include methodology, property rights and natural resource stewardship, regulatory takings, ecoonomic theories of the firm, Austrian economics, technological change, trade and environment, transaction costs, and competition policy. His most recent book is: Reason and Reality in the Methodology of Economics (Edward Elgar Publishing U.K. 1997). Dr. Fox has been a guest speaker at Civitas and Constitutional Law Conferences.
The directors of the Canadian Justice Review Board come from various walks of life and occupations. We represent a broad range of Canadians who are concerned about the state of the justice system.