E. Scott Lee
TBR | Public Policy
E. Scott Lee is a visiting assistant professor in public policy and administration at Boise State University. He received his J.D. from the University of Idaho in 1984, and an M.P.A. (2011) and a D.A. in political science (2014) from Idaho State University. He has taught political science and public administration at Brigham Young University-Idaho and Idaho State University. Lee’s research interests are in the field of collaborative policy making at various levels of government and the psychological traps that impede collaboration. His dissertation, CIEDRA: An Anomaly or the Death Knell of Collaborative Decision Making for Idaho Public Lands Use Issues, analyzed U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson’s collaborative efforts related to the Central Idaho Economic Development and Recreation Act.