Lecture notes

The following is an index to notes and powerpoint slides used in lecture. Remember, these are only a roadmap to the material. You should not consider these notes a substitute for attending lecture or reading the book! For most lectures, the complete set of slides from lecture is available for review. To view the lecture slides you will need access to PowerPoint.

Lecture Index

Lecture 43 - Wind Energy No notes Lecture 43
Lecture 40 - Incentives for R&D Notes 40 Lecture 40
Lecture 39 - The Green Revolution Notes 39 Lecture 39
Lecture 38 - World Food Production Notes 38 Lecture 38
Lecture 37 - Population and Environment Notes 37 Lecture 37
Lecture 36 - Sustainable development Notes 36 Lecture 36
Lecture 35 - Sustainability Notes 35 Lecture 35
Lecture 34 - Water resources, 3 Notes 34 Lecture 34
Lecture 33 - Water resources, 2 Notes 33 Lecture 33
Lecture 32 - Water resources, 1 Notes 32 Lecture 32
Lecture 31 - Forests, Part 3 Notes 31 Lecture 31
Lecture 30 - Forests, Part 2 Notes 30 Lecture 30
Lecture 29 - Spreadsheet -------- Spreadsheet
Lecture 29 - Forests, Part 1 Notes 29 Lecture 29
Lecture 28 - Fisheries Economics, Part 3 Notes 28 Lecture 28
Lecture 27 - Fisheries Economics, Part 2 Notes 27 Lecture 27
Lecture 26 - Fisheries Economics, Part 1 Notes 26 Lecture 26
Lecture 25 - Mid-term Exam Example exam
Lecture 24 - Addicted to Oil No outline Lecture 24
Lecture 23 - Environment and trade Notes 24 Lecture 23
Lecture 22 - Global warming III Notes 22 Lecture 22
Lecture 21 - Global warming II Notes 21 Lecture 21
Lecture 20 - Global warming I Notes 20 Lecture 20
Lecture 19 - Acid rain Notes 19 Lecture 19
Lecture 18 - Atmospheric change Notes 18 Lecture 18
Lecture 17 - Marketable Permits Notes 17 Lecture 17
Lecture 16 - Pigouvian Taxes Notes 16 Lecture 16
Lecture 15 - Taxes, subsidies, and command & control Notes 15 Lecture 15
Lecture 14 - Interventions and measurement Notes 14 Lecture 14
Lecture 13 - Externalities Notes 13 no ppt #13
Lecture 12 - Dynamic efficiency II Notes 12 Lecture 12
Lecture 11 - Dynamic efficiency I Notes 11 Lecture 11
Lecture 10 - Benefit-cost measures Notes 10 Lecture 10
Lecture 9 - Benefit-cost analysis Notes 9 Lecture 9
Lecture 8 - Static efficiency Notes 8 Lecture 8
Lecture 7 - Theory of supply, Part 2 Notes 7 Lecture 7
Lecture 6 - Theory of supply, Part 1 Notes 6 Lecture 6
Lecture 5 - Theory of demand, Part 2 Notes 5 Lecture 5
Lecture 4 - Theory of demand, Part 1 Notes 4 Lecture 4
Lecture 3 - Market failure Notes 3 Lecture 3
Lecture 2 - Scarcity, efficiency, and equity Notes 2 Lecture 2
Lecture 1 - What is economics? Why study it? Notes 1 Lecture 1