Energy Economics & Policy

ECON 437

This course is about energy markets. It is designed to help students make connections between economic concepts and real world regulatory policy questions and issues. The emphasis is on the insights that economic theory and empirical evidence can provide when thinking about the following questions: How do energy markets work? When should the government regulate energy markets? What can the structure of energy markets tells us about how to design and implement effective economic policy?

Credits: 
3
School(s)/College(s): 
Literature, Science, & Arts » Economics
Literature, Science, & Arts
Semesters: 
Winter 2012
Fall 2012
Winter 2013
Winter 2014
Fall 2014
Winter 2015
Winter 2016