Environmental Economics and Market



2015 Spring

About This Class

Summary: The course introduces students to the discipline of environmental economics and exposes them to debates over the use of market-based instruments in environmental, energy, and climate policy. It also introduces students to basic economics and finance concepts, examines key principles about market behavior and efficiency, and applies these basic elements and concepts to common environmental problems and actual case studies.Grading and Assignments: The course is worth three credits. Students will be assessed according to the following two criteria: Class participation: 30% and various exams: 70%

Class Code



Environmental Law