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.
Wiest, Sara, Leigh Raymond, and Rosalee A. Clawson. 2015. “Framing, Partisan Predispositions, and Public Opinion on Climate Change.” Global Environmental Change 31(2015): 187-98.
Raymond, Leigh, S. Laurel Weldon, Daniel Kelly, Ximena B. Arriaga, and Ann Marie Clark. 2014. “Making Change: Norm-Based Strategies for Institutional Change to Address Intractable Problems.” Political Research Quarterly 67(1): 197-211.
Raymond, Leigh, and Laura U. Schneider. 2014. “Personal Moral Norms and Attitudes Toward Endangered Species Policies on Private Land.” Conservation and Society 12(1): 1-15.