Shawn Regan is a research fellow and 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 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).