(3 units) Theory and application of economic concepts needed to evaluate water and environmental laws and policies; includnig benefit cost analysis, externalities, public goods, and valuation methodologies.
: Graduate elective course offered by the Department of Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering. Contact ABE
for information about this course.
Important Notes: Secondary cross-listing with Hydrology and Water Resources (HWRS), Agricultural and Resource Economics (AREC), Arid Lands Resource Science (ARL), Economics (ECON), Geography (GEOG), and Renewable Natural Resources (RNR).
Meeting Pattern: Usually offered Fall Semester
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