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ECO330T: Environmental Resources and Economic Growth University of Texas at Austin, Fall 2008 Marble Course Readings 4.0 (& final) I. Environmental resources A. Economics of environmental issues Fundamentals & traditional policy approaches “Externalities”, p. 344-354 and “Public Goods and Common Resources”, p. 362-366, 368-372 in Microeconomics by Michael Parkin “Four-fold Classification of Goods”, p. 362 in Microeconomics by Michael Parkin “The Consumer Equilibrium rule”, p. 155-157, in Microeconomics by Parkin (equimarginal benefits) The Equimarginal Principle, Tietenberg “Basic Regulatory Instruments”, in Environmental Economics by Charles Kolstad, Oxford University Press, 2000 Harrington, Winston and Richard D. Morganstern, “Economic Incentives versus Command and Control”, in The RFF Reader in Environmental and Resource Policy , 2nd Edition, 2006 Ed. by Wallace E. Oates The gains-to-trade approach Coase, Ronald, “The Problem of Social Cost", The Journal of Law & Economics , Vol. 3, October 1960 (selected pages) & Coase, R.H., The Federal Communications Commission”, The Journal of Law & Economics , Vol. 2, October 1959 (selected pages) Sandel, Michael J., “It’s Immoral to Buy the Right to Pollute (with replies)” in Robert Stavins 2000 Boyd et al
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