Ph.D. University of California at BerkeleyM.S. University of California at Berkeley B.A. Summa Cum Laude, Yale University
Public Policy/Public AdministrationEnvironmental Politics
Fall 2014POL 693 - Qualitative Methods
Spring 2014POL 693 - Qualitative Methods
Professor Raymond's research and teaching focuses on environmental policy and the influence of normative values and beliefs on political behavior. His most recent projects deal with market-based approaches to environmental protection, endangered species conservation, and the precautionary principle.
L. Raymond and A. Olive. 2009 (forthcoming). Ideas, Discourse, and Rhetoric in Political Choice.Polity.
L. Raymond. 2008. Allocating the Global Commons: Theory and Practice. In Political Theory and Global Climate Change, ed. Steven Vanderheiden. Cambridge: MIT Press.
L. Raymond and A. Olive. 2008. Landowner Beliefs Regarding Biodiversity Protection on Private Property: An Indiana Case Study. Society and Natural Resources 21(6): 483-497.
L. Raymond. 2003. Private Rights in Public Resources: Equity and Property Allocation in Market-Based Environmental Policy. Washington D.C.: Resources For the Future Press.