Environmental StudiesENVS 262 Property Rights and the Environment

Examines the property rights bases of environmental change and resource-based conflict. Early sessions offer a theoretical understanding of property rights. Subsequent sessions apply the theory to local, national, and international environmental issues and conflicts. Companion course to course 260/Economics 275.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students; open to undergraduates with permission of instructor.

Credits

5

Instructor

Brent Haddad

Also offered as

ECON 262

Requirements

Companion course to ENVS 260 / ENVS 275. Enrollment restricted to graduate students.