Environmental Economics

This course develops: 1.) the tools necessary for the economic analysis of environmental and natural resource problems; 2.) the ability to apply those tools in the investigation of a real world environmental resource problem and; 3.) the insight to form policy recommendations on the basis of such analysis and investigation. Particular emphasis on problems of market failure, such as externalities, public goods, non-market goods, uncertainty, income distribution, inter-temporal resource allocation and policies to correct for imperfect markets.

Prerequisite: -EC100 or -EC101 and -EC102.

1 unit — Eiswerth


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 3 Environmental Economics Mark Eiswerth Palmer Hall 117 25 / 2 05/23/2022
Fall 2022 Block 4 Environmental Economics Mark Eiswerth TBA 25 / 2 05/23/2022
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