Course Description

This course applies tools of economics and statistics to problems of natural resources and studies Canadian public policy issues in natural resources management. Topics covered in the course include: the resource sector and its impact on the Canadian economy, models of renewable and non-renewable resource use, the scarcity controversy, economic rents and taxation as applied to natural resources, and current issues in Canadian resource management.


Prerequisites: ECN 101 or CECN 104 or Direct Entry

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