Daniel Bromley

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Daniel W. Bromley (born 1940) is an economist, the Anderson-Bascom Professor of applied economics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. His research fields include the institutional foundations of the economy property rights; the economics of natural resources and the environment; and economic development. He has been editor of the journal Land Economics[1] since 1974.

Since 2009 Bromley is Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture of the Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany. In 2011 he was honoured with the Reinhard-Lust-Preis for International Transfer of Science and Culture awarded jointly by the German Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung and the Fritz Thyssen-Stiftung.

Bromley is a Fellow of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, the American Agricultural Economics Association, and is listed in Who's Who in Economics. He also has 3 children and 2 grandchildren.

Selected publications[edit]

  • Daniel W. Bromley and Yang Yao. April-June 2006. "Understanding China's Economic Transformation: Are There Lessons Here for the Developing World?" World Economics 7(2):73-95
  • Bromley, Daniel W. and Yang Yao. April-June 2006. "Understanding China's Economic Transformation: Are There Lessons Here for the Developing World?" World Economics 7(2):73-95
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. 2008. "Resource Degradation in the African Commons: Accounting for Institutional Decay" Environment and Development Economics
  • Chavas, Jean-Paul and Daniel W. Bromley. 2008. "On the Origins and Evolving Role of Money" Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 164:624-651
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. 2008. "Formalising Property Relations in the Developing World: The Wrong Prescription for the Wrong Malady" Land Use Policy 26:20-27
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. 2008. "Volitional Pragmatism" Ecological Economics 68:1-13
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. 2008. "The Crisis in Ocean Governance: Conceptual Confusion, Spurious Economics, Political Indifference" MAST: Maritime Studies 6(2):7-22
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. 2008. "Beyond Market Failure: Volitional Pragmatism as a New Theory of Public Policy" Economia Politica 25(2):219-41
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. 2007. "Environmental Regulations and the Problem of Sustainability: Moving Beyond "Market Failure"" Ecological Economics 63:676-83
  • Bromley, Daniel W.. "Economic Institutions and Governance of the Commons." in Environment, Inequality, and Collective Action. London: Routledge, 2006,
  • Daniel W. Bromley. Sufficient Reason: Volitional Pragmatism and the Meaning of Economic Institutions. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2006.
  • Daniel W. Bromley. "Property Rights and Land Use Conflicts: Reconciling Myth and Reality." in Robert J. Johnston & Stephen K. Swallow, eds., ed. Economics and Contemporary Land Use Policy. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, 2006, pp.38-54.
  • Daniel W. Bromley. "Property Rights and Development." in David. A. Clark, ed. The Elgar Companion to Development Studies. U.K.: Elgar, 2006, pp.479-483.
  • Daniel W. Bromley. "The Economics of Whaling." in James A. Estes, Douglas P. DeMaster, Daniel F. Doak, Terrie M. Williams, and Robert L. Brownell, Jr. , ed. Whales, Whaling, and Ocean Ecosystems. Berkeley: University of California, 2006,


  1. ^ O'Hara, Phillip Anthony (1999). Encyclopedia of political economy. p. 268. ISBN 978-0-415-18717-6.