R. David Simpson

R. David Simpson

Lone Mountain Fellow

R. David Simpson directs the Global Environmental Policy, International Development, and International Economic Relations Programs in American University’s School of International Service in Washington, D.C., where he also teaches resource and international economics. He has written extensively on the economics of biodiversity, conservation, and ecosystem services. He still mourns the loss of the salmon that returned to the stream behind his childhood home on Puget Sound until land-clearing and construction doomed them in the 1970s.

Articles by R. David Simpson