ECNS 433 - Economics of the Environment. 3 Credits.
Offered intermittently. Prereq., ECNS 201S. Outlines a theoretical framework for the analysis of environmental problems, including concepts of market failure and externalities, materials balance and property rights. The policy implications of this analytical model are explored for a range of topics including pollution and the preservation of natural environments and species. Formally cross-listed with EVST 440.