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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS

Tel: 07103 872307

 

Environmental and resource economics is playing an increasingly central role in both understanding the causes of, and designing policy solutions to, contemporary environmental problems. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the case of human-induced climate change. Amongst others, economic analyses have been used to determine the net costs/benefits of different policy scenarios, to better understand how to achieve and sustain international co-operation, and to evaluate the efficiency of different environmental policy instruments. Environmental and resource economics has been instrumental in informing policy across the world, for example, in market creation such as for carbon, or the design of new interventions such as payments for ecosystem services (PES). In these, and across a wide range of other issues, from biodiversity and ecosystem loss, air pollution to, more broadly, the link between the environment and sustainable economic development, the theory and applied tools of environmental economics are uniquely placed to inform and guide decision-makers in addressing environmental challenges.

Vision

Department of Environmental and Resource Economics engaged in a visioning process to set its course for the future. The following vision describes how we should adjust our programs to respond to future challenges and maintain a high standard of excellence. Department of Environmental and Resource Economics strives to be a premier source of education, research, and leadership development.

Mission

Department of Environmental and Resource Economics engages people in the use of economic analysis for making decisions involving environmental issues, climate change, and natural resources, etc. and communities through the pursuit of learning, leadership, diversity, professional development, and excellence. The program of department of Environmental and Resource Economics aims to provide students with the following:

1) A well-developed understanding of environmental and resource economics, its conceptual foundations and practical tools of analysis, including state-of-the-art quantitative methods;

2) An ability to apply economic concepts and quantitative methods to the analysis, appraisal and valuation of a wide range of environmental problems and policies;

3) An awareness of the importance of context, both from an institutional and policy perspective, when applying the concepts and tools of environmental economics;

4) An in-depth understanding of climate change, including its scientific, economic and political dimensions.

Board of Leaders

Name

Title

Position

Huynh Viet Khai

PhD

Head of Department

Ngo Thi Thanh Truc

PhD

Vice Head of Department

Major

Bachelor of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

List of Courses

No.

Course

Code

1

Environmental Economics

KT305

2

Natural Resource Economics

KT319

3

Renewable Energy Economics

KT247

4

Economics of Climate Change

KT318

5

Cost - Benefit Analysis

KT418

6

Trade and Environment

KT419

7

Economics of Pollution and Health

KT403

8

Valuing the Environment

KT246

9

Environmental Impact Asesment

KT365

10

Environmental Acccounting

KT242

11

Seminar

KT248

12

Case study of Environmental Resource Economics

KT440

13

 Thesis for Resource – Environmental Economics

KT421

14

Undergraduate essay

KT289

15

Evaluating the Environment

KT426

16

Policy for Environmental and Natural Resource  Management

KT274

17

Ecological Economics and Sustainable Development

KT273