Core Graduate Level Economics Courses - Natural Resource Economics

Economics - Graduate (ERDE)

ECON-7311 (3 credits): Natural Resource Economics
This course reviews the normative foundations of natural resource economics, addressing issues such as efficiency, intergenerational equity and sustainability. Renewable and non-renewable resources such as forestry, fisheries, renewable energy, and fossil fuels are considered. The course further examines natural resource management under various market structures, regulatory regimes, and the existence of non-consumptive values.

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