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|ECN 325 - Environmental Economics|
Application of basic economics principles is used to help understand environmental problems and evaluate alternative solutions. Economic principles will be employed to analyze fundamental environmental issues such as property rights, externalities, conservation, and public goods. Public policy issues such as environment protection, natural resource damage assessment, and pollution control will be evaluated from an economic perspective. Specific focus will be given to methods for non-market valuation.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Economics & Finance Department