[*Economics 985QA. Research in Applied Microeconomics, Environmental, and Natural Resource Economics]
Workshop for seniors writing theses. Especially for applied work in microeconomics, environmental, or natural resource economics, but open to all fields. Emphasis on choice of research topics, methodology, and data sources. Course requires written and oral presentations of work in progress leading toward completion of a major research paper or senior honors thesis. Part one of a two part series; students must complete both terms of this course (parts A and B) within the same academic year in order to receive credit.