Environmental Economics
General Catalog Course Title:
Environmental Economics
Terms Offered:
Spring 2016
Spring 2014
Spring 2012

Theories of externalities and public goods applied to pollution and environmental policy. Trade-off between production and environmental amenities. Assessing nonmarket value of environmental amenities. Remediation and clean-up policies. Environment and development.  Biodiversity management. Also listed as Environmental Economics and Policy C101

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