August 10, 2020
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Method of completion: contact teaching
- Courses page (you can view the information on this site without logging in or registering, but some of the content added by teachers to course pages may be available to course participants only, for example Moodle course enrolment key) and/or
- Sisu page
- Can be found in the Moodle learning platform
- A link and a Moodle course key will be sent by email before the course starts and/or they will be provided on the Courses page, see above
- Log in with your UH username to be able to use all the features of the course workspace
- In UH’s Sisu with your UH username
- To be able to register for the course in Sisu, please note that
- You must have a valid right to study at the course host university
- You have created your primary personal study plan (HOPS) based on your study right
- You have added the course for which you are registering to your HOPS
- More information can be found on the webpage How to enroll in the courses?
The course provides a rigorous survey on the classical theory of static externality. The course starts with efficiency and distributional effects of environmental policies. The second part of the course analyzes international trade and the differences between consumption- and production-based environmental policies. The third part then focuses on the choice between climate policy instruments under imperfect competition, voluntary emission reductions, linking environmental regulations between countries and instrument choice under uncertainty. Throughout the course we will link the theoretical models to real-world examples and empirical studies.