Middlebury

ECON 0465

Environmental Economics Topics

Special Topics in Environmental Economics
The objective of this seminar is that each student achieves fluency in a set of advanced concepts in environmental economics. The seminar is divided into two main sections. First, we introduce the core theory and policy implications of environmental economics. These include the economics of renewable and non-renewable resources, the theory of externalities and public goods, the Coase theorem, the Ostrom perspective; and sustainability. Second, we study selected topics including the promise and challenges of economic growth, the future of fossil fuels and renewables, and the imperative of climate justice. (ECON 0210 and ( ECON 0255 or ECON 0240 or IPEC 0240); or by approval) 3 hrs. sem.
Subject:
Economics
Department:
Economics
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2021

ECON0465A-F21 Seminar (Isham)

Spring 2021

ECON0465A-S21 Seminar (Isham)

Fall 2019

ECON0465A-F19 Lecture (Isham)

Spring 2019

ECON0465A-S19 Seminar (Isham)

Fall 2016

ECON0465A-F16 Seminar (Muller)

Spring 2016

ECON0465A-S16 Seminar (Isham)

Spring 2015

ECON0465A-S15 Seminar (Muller)

Spring 2014

ECON0465A-S14 Seminar (Muller)

Spring 2013

ECON0465A-S13 Seminar (Isham)

Spring 2012

ECON0465A-S12 Seminar (Isham)

Spring 2011

ECON0465A-S11 Seminar (Isham)

Spring 2010

ECON0465A-S10 Seminar (Muller)
ECON0465B-S10 Seminar (Muller)

Fall 2008

ECON0465A-F08 Seminar (Muller)

Fall 2007

ECON0465A-F07 Seminar (Muller)

Fall 2006

ECON0465A-F06 Seminar (Isham)

Fall 2005

ECON0465A-F05 Seminar (Isham)

Fall 2003

ECON0465A-F03 Lecture (Isham)