ECON 103 - Economics Perspectives on Environmental Problems
Description This course examines the relationship between economics and environmental problems. Specifically, students learn about interaction between the economy and the environment, as well as how economic analysis can be used to help solve environmental problems. The analysis considers the economic efficiency and equity dimensions, places environmental problems in a historical context, and contrasts the strategies needed to tackle environmental problems at the local versus the global level.
Foundational Studies Credit [FS 2010: Ethics and Social Responsibility]