Topics in Environment and Resource Economics is an undergraduate level course in environmental and natural resource economics. The course considers application of concepts and tools from economic analysis to problems of pollution control and management of natural resources, especially in the developing world. After the introduction to the course, a total of six topics will be covered, including: market failures and the environment, price-based pollution control, fisheries economics, enforcement of environmental and natural resource policies, self-governed solutions to environmental and natural resource issues, and environmental and natural resource policy in the developing world.

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Please enroll in CampusOnline for the course (ID 00960).

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