The Environmental Economics & Policy major is open to students in the College of Natural Resources and the College of Letters & Science. The program takes a problem-solving approach to issues involving renewable and fixed natural resources, and it is based on a foundation in micro-economic theory and the economics of resources and the environment. Please also see EEP Courses for current listings.
Faculty Awards and Service
- 10 Fellows of the American Agricultural Economics Association
- 3 Fellows of the Econometric Society
- 2 Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
- 2 Fellows of the American Economics Association
- 3 Fellows of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economics
- Departmental Seminar
- Environment and Resource Economics Seminar
- Seminar in International Trade and Finance
- Energy Institute at Haas Seminar Series
The Agricultural and Resource Economics graduate program is the world’s premier graduate program in agricultural and resource economics. We produce outstanding researchers in economics and policy, specializing in problems of:
- Agricultural Resource Policy and Political Economy
- Applied econometrics
- Biotech/intellectual properties
- Energy, Environmental, and Resource Economics
- International development
- International trade.
We have by far the best Ph.D. graduate placement record of any agricultural economics program in the world.
Ciriacy-Wantrup Fellowship Opportunity
The University of California, Berkeley invites applications for the 2011-2012 S.V.
Ciriacy-Wantrup Postdoctoral Fellowships In Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy