ECON 696V Environmental and Energy: Applied Theory

Usually offered

Spring

Level

Doctoral

Prerequisite(s)

ECON 501A, 501B, 501C, and 502

Using formal economic analysis to provide new perspectives on environmental questions.  The first half of the course emphasizes methods for dynamic analysis and numerical techniques for dynamic optimization, with special application to climate economics.  The second half studies theoretical approaches to a core set of environmental and energy topics, including decision-making under uncertainty.

Details

Grading

ABCDE or SPCDE

Units

3