Middlebury
header image

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)