Shawn Regan is a research fellow at PERC and the director of outreach and publications. He holds a M.S. in Applied Economics from Montana State University and degrees in economics and environmental science from Berry College. His writing has appeared in a variety of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Quartz, High Country News, National Review, Reason, Regulation, Grist, and Distinctly Montana. Shawn is also a former backcountry ranger for the National Park Service.
Shawn can be reached at [email protected].
Selected Papers and Publications:
- Regan, Shawn E. 2016. "Environmentalism Without Romance" in Environmental Policy in the Anthropocene (ed. Shawn Regan). Property and Environment Research Center.
- Regan, Shawn E. 2016. "Managing Conflicts Over Western Rangelands." PERC Policy Series (54).
- Regan, Shawn E. 2015. "Austrian Ecology: Reconciling Dynamic Economics and Ecology." Journal of Law, Economics & Policy 11(2):203-228.
- Regan, Shawn E. 2015. "Reforming the Land and Water Conservation Fund for the 21st Century." Testimony to the Subcommittee on Federal Lands, U.S. House of Representatives. April 15.
- Regan, Shawn E, and Holly Fretwell. 2015. "Divided Lands: State vs. Federal Management in the West." PERC Public Lands Report. March.
- Anderson, Terry L., Donald R. Leal, and Shawn E. Regan. 2015. "Rethinking the Way We Think" and "Who Owns the Environment?" in Free Market Environmentalism for the Next Generation. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Regan, Shawn E. 2014. "The Energy Wealth of Indian Nations." Journal of Energy Law and Resources 3(1):195-223.
- Regan, Shawn E. 2014. "Unlocking the Wealth of Indian Nations: Overcoming Obstacles to Tribal Energy Development." PERC Policy Perspective 1 (February).