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. 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.