Bryan Leonard

Bryan Leonard

Bryan Leonard is an assistant professor of environmental and natural resource economics in the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University and a 2017 PERC Lone Mountain fellow. Leonard’s research focuses on the evolution and performance of different institutional responses to natural resource and environmental problems, with emphasis on how formal and informal property rights affect coordination and collective action for managing natural resources. He studies how the structure of property rights is shaped by the benefits and costs of defining and enforcing rights along various dimensions and assesses the long-term economic effects of institutional innovations in the definition of property rights.

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