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Develops a systematic economic framework to analyze market and government allocations of natural and environmental resources. Topics include relationships between population growth, land development, and environmental quality; regulatory versus market oriented environmental policies; supplies and prices of mineral and energy resources; harvest and protection of forests and fisheries. Part of the Sustainability Issue. Offered each year. Prerequisites: Junior standing, either ECO 200 or ECO 211, and admitted to Seidman College of Business or by permit.