Bryan Leonard

Assistant Professor

Bio

Bryan Leonard’s work focuses on the design of institutions to resolve collective action problems associated with sustainable resource management, focusing on land, water, and other resources in the Western United States.

He uses a combination of formal theory, historical research, and econometric methods to study the evolution and performance of institutions that are crafted to solve resource challenges at a particular point in time.

By study-ing the contemporary legacy of past policies, his research helps provide context for modern policy challenges while also inform- ing the design of more sustainable institutions for the future.

Bryan holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara.