ECON 311 - Environmental Economics

Application of economic analysis to pollution, natural resource usage, and sustainability. "Sustainability" expands the concepts of economic growth and optimization to include a balanced set of goals that include environmental carrying capacity, social and intergenerational equity, and community values. Prerequisite: ECON 116 or 201 or permission of the instructor.

College: Miller College of Business
Hours: 3
Permission: Y
Prerequisite: ECON 116
Prerequisite: ECON 201
Co-requisite: none