Course Information: 3 hours.As of this writing, the course is 3 students short of the minimum enrollment and if it's not filled by Friday (December 17th), it won't be offered next semester. If you're interested in studying the economics of environmental issues, and want to learn more about full-cost accounting, we'd highly recommend taking this course!
Prerequisite(s): ECON 218 or ECON 220.
Catalog Description: Analysis of major environmental problems as market and policy failures. Benefit-cost methods evaluated. Equity and efficiency aspects of market-based approaches to environmental policy evaluated.
M 06:00 PM - 08:30 PM
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Environmental Economics, Spring 2011
Posted by Office of Sustainability at 3:26 PM
This Spring, the Economics department has slated ECON 370: Environmental Economics to be taught. The details: