ECON 335: Environmental Economics
ECON 335-001: Environmental Economics
07:20 PM to 10:00 PM M
Robinson Hall B208
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Microeconomic analysis of environmental problems. Topics include externalities and market failure, alternative solutions and policies, problems in monitoring and enforcement, economic analysis of development of legislation and regulation, and applications to current policy issues. Limited to three attempts.
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