Environmental Economics II
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
A detailed treatment of advanced topics in environmental economics. Topics covered will vary from year to year, but will typically include a selection from the following: property rights and the Coase theorem, risk and uncertainty, sustainability, policy design under asymmetric information, monitoring and enforcement, green consumerism and corporate environmentalism, trade and the environment, climate change and transboundary pollution, mobile source pollution, non-point source pollution, solid waste management, technological change, and non-market valuation.
Prerequisites: 313; 330 or 381; 225.
Undergraduate course in Economics offered by the Department of Economics in the Faculty of Social Sciences.