Welcome - Resource Economics ECON 3332   Resource Economics
This course focuses on intertemporal economics and the economics of market failure as they pertain to the use of natural resources. A selection of resource sectors will also be discussed. Fisheries, agriculture, forestry, and energy represent possibilities, but this will vary from year to year.
NOTES: Approved with Canadian Studies. All Economics courses, unless stated otherwise, have a minimum grade requirement of C for their prerequisite courses.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 2200.03 (or ECON 2210.03 or ECON 2220.03), MATH 1000.03 or equivalent with minimum grades of C