Course description

Students use a standard input/output model framework to estimate economic values at regional scales. Develops economic growth and bio-economic models in a dynamic and spatial framework applied to management of California's marine resources. Introduces statistical (econometric) estimation and analyses of linear regression models, time-series models, travel cost models, and random utility models.

Units: 3 to 4

Spring 2018 sections

Section: 1
Number: 22118
Units: 3
Seats: 8/24