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Unformatted text preview: 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 , “Trading Cases; Five Examples of the Use of Markets in Environmental and Resource...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course ECON 330 taught by Professor Marble during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas.

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