Finding acceptable and sustainable solutions to problems with environmental pollution, natural resource management, and climate change requires a thorough understanding of economic principles as well as the ability to communicate with other social sciences and the natural sciences. In our courses we teach BSc, MSc, and PhD students the economic theories and concepts necessary to understand economic drivers of pollution and overexploitation, such as market failures and government failure, as well as the quantitative analysis skills to develop and assess possible solutions to those problems from an economic perspective.
General economics courses
Introductory environmental-economics courses
Advanced environmental-economics courses
Cost-Benefit Analysis and Environmental Valuation - DEC31306
Theories and Models in Economics - ENR30306
Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy - ENP32306
Economics and Management of Natural Resources - ENR31306