Courses

*Government 94CP. Political Economy of the Environment

This course will apply the tools of political economy to the study of environmental policymaking, both in the United States and around the world.  How are different interests represented in the creation and implementation of environmental policy?  What makes some countries more active on environmental issues?  When do businesses choose to support environmental action?  Why do some kinds of environmental problems seem easier to solve than others?  We will study these questions with a range of contemporary and historical case studies, drawing on both the academic literature and accounts from activists, lobbyists, and policymakers.

Notes: Undergraduate seminar.  Enrollment by lottery.  Please see Gov Dept undergraduate website for details.

 

Professor: 

Alexander Gard-Murray

Season: 

Spring

Days: 

Th

Time: 

3:00-5:45

Course ID: 

207736

Subject Area: 

Government

Research Areas: 

  • [Course titles in brackets] indicate that the course is not scheduled to be taught during the 2018-2019 academic year, but may be offered in an alternate year.
  • An asterisk (*) before a course number indicates that a student must obtain the instructor's permission in order to enroll in the course.

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