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Lecture 1 (Economics of Natural Resources)

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Overview, about me, you and the class. Economics, math, resources and the environment
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shafia butt (2 months ago)
Show starts at 30:01.
Akshya Kumar (4 months ago)
thankyou bhai.......namstein.
Nikhil Bob (4 months ago)
thank you so much for uploading this video sir
Rishabh Tiwari (5 months ago)
Sir, which book did u mention at 49:00
David Zetland (1 month ago)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economics_in_One_Lesson
zabih ullah (9 months ago)
i am from pakistan your lactures are very assential and great for us thanks.
Afaq Janan (2 months ago)
zabih are these lectures useful for agricultural economics tooo
ssemakula isma (1 year ago)
I'm did bachelor in natural resource economics. I like this lecture because it has given me knowledge I did not get at university
Monojit Saha (1 year ago)
Your explanation skills are amazing :)
FinanceKid (1 year ago)
Great lecture! Check out my Environmental and Natural Resource Economics video series for similar work
Robert Murdoch (1 year ago)
+David Zetland thanks for sharing these lectures. I am always trying to increase my knowledge base, as young professional after graduation.
Moses Mukuka (1 year ago)
A good lecture.
Marie Hamilton (2 years ago)
i like this teacher
MrFizzle (2 years ago)
why is this so more interesting than in real life
Jesse G (2 years ago)
I really wish you were my professor.
kitty Finnigan (3 years ago)
I really like the way you make the subject of economics simple and in terms that are everyday. You make it personal. I'm in my first economics class in college and it's being taught using heady thinking. Your teaching, (lecturing) is hopeful. I am actually excited. I like your ideas on institutions and the way they go from being deep to superficial.
JAHV01 (3 years ago)
These lectures are great! I may not go to the university you're teaching at but I am glad you decided to upload your class session for other people learn as well. Thanks!
Oksendal5 (3 years ago)
I was really excited by the prospect of these lectures, but got fucked off by listening to the first twenty minutes of admin. Why the hell not just edit it out?
Robert Turley (1 year ago)
that's how every college class online recordings are,. This might be a shock, but they aren't putting this stuff up for you and me, its for their students, and that stuff actually pertains to them.
Edward Dodson (3 years ago)
Recommended reading on how to prevent a tragedy of the commons is a paper by Professor Robert v. Andelson, who taught philosophy at Auburn University. He delivered this paper at the annual conference of the Council of Georgist Organizations held at the University of Pennsylvania in 1989. This paper is available online here: http://www.cooperative-individualism.org/andelson-robert_a-commons-without-tragedy-1989.htm On comparative advantage... An important component of where goods are produced and services provided is the  vast expansion of knowledge transfer. Your students come from different parts of the world and will return with the capacity to produce at a level far more universally-consistent than existed even in the recent past. This combined with calculations of comparative advantage based on "all-in costs" today determine where activity takes place. Government policy is, in some instances, a very strong externality (e.g., where government is committed to full employment and requires companies to produce in the country what they sell in the country).
땅콩버터 (4 years ago)
thanks for sharing, i'm happy that i found this awesome playlist
laeliyaa (4 years ago)
a nice teaching. :)
C Daug. (4 years ago)
Great stuff, very informative!!
Chandrakanth Mysore (4 years ago)
Dr David, as a former Ciriacy wantrup fellow  I must say that to the best of my knowledge, you are the only CW fellow who is so famous lecturing, with great publications and with your excellent website http://www.aguanomics.com/ spreading and sharing your profound knowledge with students all over the world. Kudos
Fred Bauder (4 years ago)
Seinfeld turned on his head: A course about everything.

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