SPA Assistant Professor
Dr. Shane Day
Dr. Day is a graduate of the Joint Ph.D. Program in Public Policy from Indiana University, and also received his Master of Public Administration, Master of Arts in International Studies, and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science degrees from the University of Washington. His research interests are in indigenous group sovereignty and self-governance, environmental policy, natural resource management, federalism and intergovernmental relations, economic development, collaborative management, comparative public policy, and international relations.
Dr. Shane Day has published an article titled "The Evolution of Elite and Social Norms Pertaining to the Emergence of Federal-Tribal Co-Management of Natural Resources", Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 6(4): 291-296.
Additionally, Dr. Day and graduate student Elizabeth Fischer presented a paper entitled "Mexican Wolf Reintroduction under the Endangered Species Act: An Analysis of Proposed Rule Changes and the Impact of Collaborative Management" for the Annual Institute of Policy Scientists, hosted at Brown University by the Institute for the Study of Environment and Society.