- Offered: Summer semester, odd numbered years.
- Prerequisites: EC 101 or EC 201, or instructor's permission.
- Bulletin Year: 2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin
This course allows students to apply tools of economic analysis to the study of current environmental and natural resource issues. Property rights, social welfare maximization and cost-benefit analysis are some of the key concepts used during the course. Government, market, nonprofit, and collective action responses to environmental problems will be covered.