ECON 6260 - Advanced Environmental and Resource Economics
Develops a critical understanding of environmental and natural resource issues and policy and the environmental and natural resource economics literature. Covers the economics of environmental quality and natural resources including the links between the economy and the environment, the causes of environmental problems, the economics of resource exploitation, environmental and resource project evaluation, and policies to address environmental and resource issues. Emphasizes efficiency, equity, sustainability, and international dimensions of the issues.
When Offered: Fall term annually.
Cross Listed: (Students cannot receive credit both ECON 4260 and ECON 6260.)
Credit Hours: 3
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