Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

ESM 443 Global Environmental Economics

An examination of the economic forces and theories to understand the causes of global environmental problems, and to evaluate policy options to remedy serious problems. Analyses of the economic effects of global environmental agreements and the environmental effects of trade and global commerce in developed and developing countries. Also offered for graduate-level credit as ESM 543; this course is the same as Ec 443/543; course may be taken only once for credit.


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