Lec1_08 - Environmental and Resource Economics Env 375/Econ...

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Environmental and Environmental and Resource Economics Resource Economics Env 375/Econ 370 Env 375/Econ 370 Welcome! Welcome!
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Plan for Today Plan for Today What Is Environmental & Resource Economics Course Expectations Beginning of Supply & Demand Review
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Where’s the Professor? Where’s the Professor? She is: On an exotic vacation Delegating the course to the GSIs Attending the Allied Social Sciences Association (Economics) meetings in New Orleans and will be back Monday
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Who are We? Who are We? Joel Heeres Ryan Maki Derek Przybylo Devon Treece
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The Most Important Course You’ll The Most Important Course You’ll Take at UM Take at UM Environmental Students: People respond to (market) incentives Economics Students: Markets fail
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What is Environmental & Resource What is Environmental & Resource Economics Economics More Environment or More Economics? Economics provides the methods Environment is the subject matter Economics Money Environmental issues require economic understanding
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This Class This Class Economics methods for environmental topics When markets work When markets fail What happens when markets fail What can be done when markets fail Emphasis on concepts, NOT math
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ECON 370 taught by Professor Helfand during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Lec1_08 - Environmental and Resource Economics Env 375/Econ...

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