ECON 335 - Environment/Resource Economics
A course using economic analysis to explain the underlying behavioral causes of environmental and natural resource problems and to evaluate the policy responses to them. Topics include air and water pollution, the allocation of renewable and exhaustible resources, and sustainable development.
Prerequisites: ECON 262
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
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