Middlebury

ECON0265

Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics
This course is dedicated to the proposition that economic reasoning is critical for analyzing the persistence of environmental damage and for designing cost-effective environmental policies. The objectives of the course are that each student (a) understands the economic approach to the environment; (b) can use microeconomics to illustrate the theory of environmental policy; and (c) comprehends and can critically evaluate: alternative environmental standards, benefits and costs of environmental protection, and incentive-based environmental policies. (ECON 0155) 3 hrs. lect.
Subject:
Economics
Department:
Economics
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

ECON0265A-F14 Lecture (Muller)

Fall 2013

ECON0265A-F13 Lecture (Muller)

Fall 2012

ECON0265A-F12 Lecture (Muller)

Fall 2011

ECON0265A-F11 Lecture (Isham)

Spring 2011

ECON0265A-S11 Lecture (Muller)

Fall 2010

ECON0265A-F10 Lecture (Muller)

Fall 2009

ECON0265A-F09 Lecture (Muller)

Spring 2009

ECON0265A-S09 Lecture (Isham)

Spring 2008

ECON0265A-S08 Lecture (Isham)

Spring 2007

ECON0265A-S07 Lecture (Isham)

Spring 2006

ECON0265A-S06 Lecture (Isham)

Spring 2005

ECON0265A-S05 Lecture (Isham)