ENVECON 147 Regulation of Energy and the Environment
This is an applied economics course on government regulation of energy with an emphasis on policies that seek to mitigate the impact of energy production and consumption on the environment. The course is designed to help students make connections between economic concepts and real world regulatory policy questions and issues.
ARE 264 Empirical Environmental and Energy Economics
This course is designed to help prepare graduate students to conduct empirical research in energy and environmental economics (EEE). The course builds on material covered in ARE 212 and 213. It is a companion course to ARE 261. The course has two broad objectives. The first is to develop an in-depth understanding of empirical methods and research designs commonly used in the field of energy and environmental economics. The second is to familiarize students with important empirical findings and lines of inquiry at the frontier of EEE.