Environmental Economics (ECON 2600)

This course explores and utilizes economic theory and methods for environmental policy decision-making. Students will learn to use economic principles to examine market failures and to measure the costs and benefits related to improving environmental quality. Various regulatory regimes and sustainable development principles will be explored through the lens of environmental damage.

Prerequisites: ECON 1100 with a C-

course outline

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