School of Agriculture
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0605743 Economics of Environmental Management
Course Description :

The course examines interrelationships of natural resource use and the environment; applied welfare and benefit-cost analysis and microeconomic tools for the analysis of environmental protection and externalities; valuation of the environment using market and non-market prices; productivity and earning changes, preventive expenditure and replacement costs approaches, contingent valuation, productivity of other activities, hedonic pricing, and travel cost model. Issues of property rights; legal and social constraints; policy approaches and sustainable development are covered. 

Department :Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
Program :Master in Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness (Thesis Track)
Course Level :Master
Course Outline :
Economics of Environmental Management (605743) ILO's.docx