PUBPOL 594: Economic Approaches to Environmental Management

Examines the economic tools relevant to natural resource and environmental management. Tools are developed in the context of a series of resource problems, with an eye towards building intuition useful for addressing complex policy problems that do not fit neatly into textbook examples. Prerequisite: PUBPOL 516; PUBPOL 517; PUBPOL 527; PUBPOL 528

Current and Past Course Instructors

  • David F. Layton

    Professor of Public Public Policy & Governance, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs