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AGERE-E04 Advanced natural Resource Economics, 5 cr 
Code AGERE-E04  Validity 01.01.2017 -
Name Advanced natural Resource Economics  Abbreviation Advanced natura 
Scope5 cr   
TypeAdvanced studies
TypeCourse   
  GradingGeneral scale 
  no
    Can be taken more than onceno
Unit Master's Programme in Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics 

Teachers
Name
Olli Tahvonen 

Description
Target group 

Mandatory in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

 
Timing 

First year of Master studies

Period IV, odd years

 

 
Learning outcomes 

Students will obtain understanding on latest development in natural resource economics research and on the interdisciplinary approach in natural resource economics.

 
Completion methods 

Lectures 21h, exercises 14h, self study 150h - exercises, examination

 
Prerequisites 

Bachelor Degree

 
Contents 

Classic biomass optimization model, extensions of the the forest rotation model at stand and market level, forestry and climate change, age- and size structured models in forestry, fisheries and game, nonrenewanble resources and economic growth, nonrenewable resources and climate change

 
Study materials and literature 

Material given by the lecturer

 
Activities and teaching methods in support of learning 

exercises

 
Assessment practices and criteria 

Exercises 20%, examination 80%

 
Other information 

Teaching language: English

 
Relations to other study units 

Replaces the courses 83054 Bioeconomics, 5 cr, and/or 863009 Advanced Natural Resource Economics, 5 cr.

 
Responsible person 

prof. Olli Tahvonen

 
Keywords 

Suitable for exchange students

 


Current and future instruction
Functions Name Type cr Teacher Schedule
registration period has not begun Advanced natural Resource Economics  Lecture Course  Olli Tahvonen  16.03.21 -07.05.21

Future examinations
Functions Name Type cr Teacher Schedule
registration period has not begun Advanced natural Resource Economics  Examination  Olli Tahvonen 
02.06.21wed 12.00-16.00
wed 12.00-16.00