Elizabeth Baldwin



Introductory Economics

I am doing less lecturing this year as I have research leave, but I used to lecture part of the microeconomics component Introductory Economics course for Philosophy, Politics and Economics; Economics and Management; and Economics and History. This course follows the CORE curriculum, complemented with more detailed mathematical approaches to modelling that students will need for later study. More details for current students:

Environmental Economics and Climate Change

I lecture the whole of this 3rd year optional course. The most relevant textbook is that of Perman et al (2011), but the course also covers recent developments in the field, especially in integrated assessment modelling of climate change. More details for current students are available on the Canvas page.

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