Resource and Environmental Economics


The application of economic concepts to private- and public-sector decision making concerning natural and environmental resources. Intertemporal resource allocation, benefit-cost analysis, valuation of environmental goods and policy concepts. Prerequisite: introductory course in microeconomics. Instructor: Bennear or Smith


Reserved Grad and Prof Only - No Undergraduates

Cross-Listed As
  • ENVIRON 520L
  • PUBPOL 575L
Typically Offered
Fall Only