ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICSAcademic Year 2015/2016 - 1° Year
Credit Value: 6
Scientific field: AGR/01 - Agricultural economics and rural appraisal
Taught classes: 32 hours
Term / Semester: 1°
Provide the basic knowledge to understand and analyse the relationship between economy and
environmental resources; environmental protection and intervention tools.
Detailed Course Content
Principles of general economics; The environment and the economy; Environmental externalities; The regulatory instruments of negative externalities; International, European and National environmental policies; Community and national; Criteria for the use of renewable and non-renewable resources; Economics and politics of climate change.
1.Turner R.K., Pearce D.W., Bateman I., Environmental Economics, Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, Dec. 1993, ISBN-13: 978-0801848636.