Terry L. Anderson is the John and Jean DeNault Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University; past president of the Property and Environment Research Center, Bozeman, MT; and Professor Emeritus at Montana State. Much of his career focused on developing the idea of Free Market Environmentalism, the title of one of his 43 books. More recently he has focused his research on the evolution of Native American property rights institutions. His most recent book with Kathy Ratte is Renewing Indigenous Economies. He lives in Montana with his wife, Monica, where they enjoy fishing, hunting, horseback riding, and skiing.
Recent Research by Terry Anderson
Environmental Markets vs. Environmental Mandates: Capturing Prosperity and Environmental Quality (ESG: Myths and Realities)
— Mar 3, 2023
— Jan 30, 2012
— Dec 31, 1992