Environmental & Energy Economics and Policy
Arthur van Benthem
Tuesday / Thursday 12:00-1:20pm
BEPP/OIDD 263 (Environmental & Energy Economics and Policy) examines environmental and energy markets from an economist’s perspective, ranging from fossil fuels to renewable energy to cap-and-trade systems, and explains how different regulations can provide efficient or counter-productive incentives for firms, consumers and politicians.
This course fulfills the social science requirement for the minor.