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Jonathan Taylor, MPP

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Master in Public Policy, Harvard University (1992)
Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University (1986)

Jonathan Taylor, MPP is an economist with expertise in natural resources, gaming, and American Indian development. He provides counsel to tribes and bands in the United States and Canada consisting of public policy analysis, strategic advice,

and economic research. He has authored or supported expert testimony in litigation and other public proceedings for a number of Native American groups.

 

Mr. Taylor has assessed economic impacts of tribal enterprises (including of casinos), assessed tribal tax regimes, assisted in tribal institutional reform, provided public policy analysis and negotiation support for resource development, valued non-market attributes of natural resources, and educated tribal executives.

Recent publications include:

  • Managing the Boundary between Business and Politics: Strategies for Improving the Chances for Success in Tribally Owned Enterprises, (with Kenneth W. Grant II). In Jorgensen, M. R., ed., Rebuilding Native Nations: Strategies for Governance and Development pp. 175-196, (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2007).
  • The State of the Native Nations: Conditions under U.S. Policies of Self-Determination, (with the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, Joseph P. Kalt, Eric C.  Henson, Catherine E. A. Curtis, Stephen Cornell, Kenneth W. Grant, Miriam R. Jorgensen, Andrew J. Lee, Harry W. Nelson). (London: Oxford University Press, 2007).
  • Indian Self-Government in Washington, Vol. I. Tribal Self-Government and Gaming Policy: The Outcomes for Indians and Washington State (Cambridge, MA & Olympia, WA: Taylor Policy Group, Inc. & Washington Indian Gaming Association, 2005).
  • Indian Self-Government in Washington, Vol. II. The Character and Effects of the Indian Economy in Washington State. (Cambridge, MA & Olympia, WA: Taylor Policy Group, Inc. & Washington Indian Gaming Association, 2006).
  • American Indians on Reservations: A Databook of Socioeconomic Change Between the 1990 and 2000 Censuses (with Joseph P. Kalt). (Cambridge, MA: The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, 2005).

Mr. Taylor is President of the Taylor Policy Group, an economics and public policy consultancy, a Research Affiliate at the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development at the
Kennedy School of Government, and a Senior Policy Associate at the Native Nations Institute, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, University of Arizona, Tucson.