EC 345 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics 4 cr.
- Offered: Summer semester, odd numbered years.
- Prerequisite: EC 101 or EC 201, or instructor's permission.
This course allows students to apply tools of economic analysis to the study of current environmental and natural resource issues. Property rights, social welfare maximization and cost-benefit analysis are some of the key concepts used during the course. Government, market, nonprofit, and collective action responses to environmental problems will be covered.