Natural Resource Economics

Economics 331

Usual Description

This course applies microeconomic analysis to the allocation and management of natural resources and the environment. Economic modeling is used to analyze the optimal use of resources such as land, water fisheries, forests, and fossil fuels. In addition, the economic aspects of policies related to urban sprawl, water conservation, biodiversity, and renewable resource use will be explored.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Economics 331 Taught by Kenneth Liao
Economics 331
Economics 331
Economics 331 Taught by Jordan Suter
Economics 331 Taught by Jordan Suter
Economics 331 Taught by Jordan Suter
Economics 331 Taught by Jordan Suter