NOC:Introduction to Environmental Economics


Lecture 1 - Meaning, Rationale and Evolution


Lecture 2 - Basic Concepts and Tools from Micro and Welfare Economics


Lecture 3 - Environmental Economics and Other Sub-disciplines


Lecture 4 - Study Specific in Environmental Economics, Major Problems, and Key Concerns


Lecture 5 - Commons and Collective Actions Problem: Seminal Theories - I


Lecture 6 - Commons and Collective Actions Problem: Seminal Theories - II


Lecture 7 - Commons and Collective Actions Problem: Seminal Theories - III


Lecture 8 - Mancur Olson's Theory of Collective Action


Lecture 9 - Collective Action and Prisoner's Dilemma Game


Lecture 10 - Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action - I


Lecture 11 - Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action - II


Lecture 12 - Environmental Goods and Ecosystem Services - I


Lecture 13 - Environmental Goods and Ecosystem Services - II


Lecture 14 - Ecological Footprint - I


Lecture 15 - Ecological Footprint - II


Lecture 16 - Poverty and Environment Linkages - I


Lecture 17 - Poverty and Environment Linkages - II


Lecture 18 - Poverty and Environment Linkages - III


Lecture 19 - Environment and Economic Growth Linkages - I


Lecture 20 - Environment and Economic Growth Linkages - II


Lecture 21 - Environmental Sustainability - I


Lecture 22 - Environmental Sustainability - II


Lecture 23 - Environmental Performance Index


Lecture 24 - Benefit-Cost Analysis and The Environment - I


Lecture 25 - Benefit-Cost Analysis and The Environment - II


Lecture 26 - Consumer Demand for Environmental Goods - I


Lecture 27 - Consumer Demand for Environmental Goods - II


Lecture 28 - Welfare Effects of Price Change


Lecture 29 - Non-market Environment Valuation: Revealed Preference Methods


Lecture 30 - Hedonic Pricing Method


Lecture 31 - Household Production Function: Averting Expenditure/Defensive Expenditure Method - I


Lecture 32 - Household Production Function: Averting Expenditure/Defensive Expenditure Method - II


Lecture 33 - Damage Costs/Costs of Illness and Lost Output Approach


Lecture 34 - Travel Cost Method


Lecture 35 - Contingent Valuation Method: A Stated Preference Method


Lecture 36 - Choice Experiment Method: A Stated Preference Method


Lecture 37 - Market Efficiency and Optimality - I


Lecture 38 - Market Efficiency and Optimality - II


Lecture 39 - Market Efficiency and Optimality - III


Lecture 40 - Market Efficiency and Optimality - IV


Lecture 41 - Consumer and Producer Surplus - I


Lecture 42 - Consumer and Producer Surplus - II


Lecture 43 - Optimal Provision of Public Goods and Bads - I


Lecture 44 - Optimal Provision of Public Goods and Bads - II


Lecture 45 - Optimal Provision of Public Goods and Bads - III


Lecture 46 - Externality and Market Failure


Lecture 47 - Pigouvian Fees


Lecture 48 - Property Rights and Coase Theorem - I


Lecture 49 - Property Rights and Coase Theorem - II


Lecture 50 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - I


Lecture 51 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - II


Lecture 52 - Command and Control Approach


Lecture 53 - Command and Control Approach: Type of Standards - I


Lecture 54 - Command and Control Approach: Type of Standards - II


Lecture 55 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - Market-based Instruments - I


Lecture 56 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - Market-based Instruments - II


Lecture 57 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - Market-based Instruments - III


Lecture 58 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - Market-based Instruments - IV


Lecture 59 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - Market Trading Systems - I


Lecture 60 - Environmental Regulation and Basic Regulatory Instruments - Market Trading Systems - II