Ec 443 Global Environmental Economics

An examination of economic forces and theories to understand the causes of global environmental problems and evaluate policy options. Primary emphasis is on developing countries and countries in transition, though linkages with developed countries also considered. Topics include poverty, population, economic development and the environment, global warming, biodiversity protection, sustainability, and pollution control. This is the same course as ESM 443 and may be taken only once for credit.



Cross Listed Courses

ESM 443

Slash Listed Courses

Also offered for graduate-level credit as Ec 543 and may be taken only once for credit.