Environmental Economics and Policy

Course Description

Microeconomic Theory with Application to Natural Resources by instructor David Zetland, PhD. This course covers the basic microeconomic tools for further study of natural resource problems. Theory of consumption, production, theory of the firm, industrial organization, general equilibrium, public goods and externalities. Applications to agriculture and natural resources.

Environmental Economics and Policy
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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1 Introduction to Environmental Economics (1:13:02) Play Video
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2 Water markets, Options and Trading (Guest lecture by Claire Tompkins) (52:31) Play Video
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3 Transport (Guest lecture by Damian Bickett) (57:16) Play Video
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4 Review of Guest Lectures (1:15:04) Play Video
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5 Supply and Demand (1:14:05) Play Video
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6 Missing Markets, Elasticity, and Constrained Optimization (1:19:35) Play Video
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7 Marginal Rate of Substitution vs. Elasticity (1:18:07) Play Video
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8 The Production Function & Profit Maximization (1:19:15) Play Video
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9 Political Economy, Macroeconomics, and Optimal Production (1:19:11) Play Video
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10 Transport, Markets vs. Bureaucracy, Walkout (1:11:56) Play Video
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11 Cost Accounting, Benefit, and Opportunity Costs (1:22:32) Play Video
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12 Lecture 12 (1:18:44) Play Video
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13 Lerner Index, Monopsony, Bilateral Monopoly, and Two-sided Markets (1:01:52) Play Video
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14 Corporate Social Responsibility vs. Profit Max (1:20:04) Play Video
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15 The Sociology of Economists (1:10:39) Play Video
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16 Principal-Agent Economics (1:18:41) Play Video
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17 Homo Economicus vs. Social Preferences (1:21:41) Play Video
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18 Scientific Method (Popper's Falsification, Deductive and Inductive Reasoning) (1:18:17) Play Video
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19 Lobbying, Auctions, and Microfinance (1:17:47) Play Video
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20 Intrinsic/Extrinsic Incentives, Public Choice (1:17:57) Play Video
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21 Game Theory: Prisoner's Dilemma, Sequential Games, Mixed Strategies (1:14:07) Play Video
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22 Dutch Infrastructure and the Struggle of Competing Interests (Guest lecture by Ties Rijcken) (1:18:41) Play Video
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23 Cournot Competition & Bertrand Competition (1:17:51) Play Video
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24 Extrinsic vs. Intrinsic Motivation (1:16:28) Play Video
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25 Climate Change: Politics, Collective Action, and Climategate (1:16:36) Play Video
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26 Bounded Rationality, Bubbles, and Risk Aversion (1:11:34) Play Video
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27 Free-riders vs. Cooperators (1:16:54) Play Video
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28 Strategy in Public Goods Game (1:03:15) Play Video
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