Fadhel Kaboub an Associate Professor of Economics at Denison and President of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity. Before joining Denison in 2008, he taught at Simon’s Rock College of Bard (MA) and at Drew University (NJ) where I also directed the Wall Street Semester Program (NY). I have also held research affiliations with the Levy Economics Institute (NY), the Economic Research Forum (Egypt), the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (MA), and the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability (MO). Kaboub holds a Ph.D degree in Economics & Social Science Consortium, 2006, University of Missouri; a. M.A. in Economics, May 2001, University of Missouri and a B.S. in Economics, June 1999, with Distinction. Emphasis: Money & Banking. His research is focused on financial sovereignty, job creation programs, youth unemployment, and the political economy of the Middle East.