FISH 506G / SPPG 544

Economic Foundations of Environmental Policies

Credit Value

3 credits

Monday 9:00-123 noon, Term 1


Environmental and natural resource economics: externalities, property rights, public goods, market failure, inter-generational trade-offs, and optimal extraction of biological and depletable resources. Environmental regulation, industrial competitiveness, and distribution of income and welfare.

Course Instructor

Dr. Rashid Sumaila