Environmental Economics & Markets

This course develops a student’s capacity to evaluate natural resource management and pollution challenges through the lens of economics. Economics is a social science that seeks to explain how individuals and groups address the scarcity challenge—too few available resources to meet unlimited wants.

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, 10th edition

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics, 10th edition


Product ID: 9780133479690
REQUIRED TEXT Environmental & Natural Resource Economics (10th Edition) (Pearson Series in Economics)Author: Tom Tietenberg, Lynne Lewis ISBN-13: 9780133479690 ISBN: 0133479692 Edition: 10 Pub Date: 2014 Publisher: Prentice Hall
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Environmental Economics: A Critique of Benefit-Cost

Environmental Economics: A Critique of Benefit-Cost


Product ID: 9780742546998
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For the past 25 years, governmental decision-makers have employed the economic approach of benefit-cost analysis for resource allocation decisions. Environmental Economics describes, in a non-technical, readily understandable way, why the actual practice of benefit-cost analysis in environmental settings is heavily biased against the environment.

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