|Core Module C1120||Natural Resources Economics and Governance – SEA|
|Credit Points||5 ECTS|
|Module Coordination||Prof. Sabine Schlüter|
|Lecturers||Prof. Johannes Hamhaber, Dr. Sudeh Dehnavi, Dr. Toan Duc Truong|
|Workload (h)||45 Attendance||105 Self-Study|
|Intended Learning Outcome||Students are able to compare different mechanisms of resource allocation based on the principles of socio-economic systems by
in order to apply and evaluate different management strategies, concepts and related tools from the perspective of societal demands.
|Content||Systems theory with respect to socio-economic systemsFundamental concepts of microeconomics
Principles of Environmental and Resources Economics
Social sciences approaches in resources management
Political systems in resources management
Spatial and Strategic Planning as allocation mechanisms
|Teaching Method||Lectures, Exercises in class / group work, Self-study, Students‘ Presentations|
|Assesment Method||Written exam (100%)|
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Folmer, Henk and H. Landis Gabel (2000): Principles of Environmental and Resource Economics, 2nd Ed., Edward Elgar Cheltenham UK – Northampton, MA, USA
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Potter, R., Binns, T., et al. 2008³: Geographies of development. An Introduction to Development Studies.
Rao, P.K. 2000: Sustainable Development: Economics and Policy. Wiley
Sterner, Thomas (2003): Policy Instruments for Environmental and Natural Resource Management
Tietenberg, T., Lewis, L. 2008: Environmental and Natural Resources Economics. Pearson
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