ARE 262 problems and requirements

ARE 262 problems and requirements - ARE 262. First Half....

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ARE 262. First Half. Peter Berck I assume an economic knowledge equivalent to Econ 201A/B. Students with a strong technical background other than economics will largely understand what is going on, but will need to do additional study and ask questions about those things that I assume were previously covered. This part of the course will cover a number of items in environmental economics. The requirements of this half of the course are (1) to complete the problems below (2) present one article to the class (3) participate in class discussion and(4) to take an in class exam at the end of my section. There will be an in class final on March 13. There are two books you should own: Nick Hanley, Jay Shogren and Ben White. Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice . 2 nd edition. Palgrave McMillan. 2007. Environmental Law and Policy. James Salzman and Barton Thompson. Readings The readings can be found at: http://are.berkeley.edu/~peter/new%20261/syllabus_2008.htm Calendar Class is scheduled for T-Th from 2-330 in 201 Giannini. Section is scheduled W 5-7P, 201 GIANNINI.
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