Law & Economics, Sustainable Development, and Environmental Protection

Course Code: ES2201
Course Description:
The discipline of Law and Economics and its application of economic analysis to law, provides a useful framework for understanding and evaluating sustainability and environmental policies. Good governance, legal frameworks and incentive structures play important roles in sustainable economic development. This course is designed to give students from all disciplines (economics majors and non-majors) an introduction to law and economics in the context of environmental protection and sustainable development
Year Taken: Year 2
Semester Offered: Sem 2
Prerequisite: ES1001



Course coordinator: Dr William Clune, Senior Lecturer (Part Time)
Office Location: N2-01c-74