Prof. Shogren’s research has made him an expert on several topics under the heading of applied microeconomic theory. His range of expertise has contributed to a dozen books, over 350 journal and chapter publications, and he has co-authored two of the top ten most highly cited papers published by the American Journal of Agricultural Economics from 1995–2008. He has worked on high-profile projects initiating environmental policy including the Kyoto Protocol, Paris Agreement, and the U.S. Endangered Species Act and was recognized by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for his contributions to their 2007 Nobel Peace Prize winning reports. Shogren is a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. By royal appointment in 2007-08, he served as professor to King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, residing at Umeå University. He returned to his community of Centennial, Wyoming following his year as the King’s Economist, where he enjoys fishing, skiing, and performing with his acoustic roots band.