ECON 2713 - Economics of the Natural Environment (3)

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An introductory analysis of pollution and the overuse of natural resources. Two ideas are central to the course: (1) A socially optimal level of pollution and/or resource use that is the market level and not zero. (2) The failure of both markets and governments to deliver this level, and the characteristics of institutions that outperform markets and/or governments in isolation.

Prerequisites: ECON 1013 with a grade of C- or better

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NT online Dr. Andrew Davis Open Entry Syllabus More Info


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