Online Course Description

Spring Courses / January-May, 2014

AGBS 225: Environmental Economics

This course covers application of basic economic principles to environmental problems, pareto optimality, efficiency, price theory, perfect competition, market intervention and failure, and how the neoclassical theory affects policy decisions regarding the environment. Economic concepts are presented in an environmental context.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites:
Instructor: TBA
CRN: 15563
Run Time: Full Term

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