ECN380.5 Natural Resources and Environmental Economics

This course draws attention to regional, national and global environmental and resource problems (especially global warming) and discusses economic principles for the rational use of world’s natural resources such as air, water, farm land, fish stocks, forests, fossil fuel and metal deposits. Pollution problems, including the safe disposals of highly toxic nuclear wastes, are emphasised within the context of the spaceship economy. Pre-req: Microeconomics course. (ECON 3581)

Department: Economics

Location: Istanbul

Credits: 3