Environmental StudiesENVS 260 Economic Institutions and the Environment

Focuses on the economy's utilization of natural resources and ecosystems from the perspectives of New Institutional Economics (NIE) and Ecological Economics (EE). Concepts and tools from NIE and EE are introduced and then explored in the context of the extraction, transformation, transfer (sale), end-use, and deposition/recycling of natural resources. Open to advanced undergraduates with instructor permission.

Requirements

Open to advanced undergraduates with instructor permission. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Brent Haddad

Also offered as

ECON 260

Requirements

Enrollment restricted to graduate students.