[F&ES 905b] / 2017-2018

Doctoral Seminar in Environmental and Energy Economics

Credits: 3

Spring 2018: Not Offered
 

 

This course is designed to bring doctoral students up to speed on the latest developments in the literature on environmental and energy economics. Key papers are presented, and associated mathematical and empirical methods are covered. Topics to be covered include uncertainty and climate change policy, estimating energy demand, electricity markets, and behavioral economics and the environment. A focus is on identifying areas that deserve future research attention. Open to advanced master’s students with permission of the instructor.