EVS 585 - Environmental Economics
Course Description: Application of basic economic principles is used to help understand environmental problems and evaluate alternative solutions. Economic principles will be employed to analyze fundamental environmental issues such as property rights, externalities, conservation, and public goods. Public policy issues such as pollution control, comparing benefits and costs over time, mining, fisheries and forestry management will be evaluated from an economic perspective. Non-market valuation methods also will be covered.
Credit Hours: 3
Corequisite Courses: None
Prerequisite Courses: None
Additional Restrictions/ Requirements: None
Course Repeatability Course may not be repeated Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION
Equivalent Courses: None
Undergraduate Crosslisting: None
Additional Course Fees: None
Course Attribute: None
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