Dr. Malone holds undergraduate degrees in mathematics and economics from Duke University, where he graduated with summa cum laude Latin honors, and M.Phil. and doctoral degrees in economics from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes scholar. He is author of the book Macrofinancial Risk Analysis, published in the Wiley Finance series with co-author Dale Gray of the IMF and foreword by Robert Merton, as well as the author of multiple academic journal articles in economics and applied math. Dr. Malone has experience teaching and consulting at top institutions in Europe and South America, including Oxford, the University of Navarra, and the Central Banks of Venezuela and Peru, among others. He has been a successful private investor in South American real estate and emerging market currencies, and currently has a strong interest in value investing and global macro strategies that employ liquid, cost-effective ETFs.