Nancy E. Bertaux, Professor of Economics & Sustainability

"Efficiency is worthwhile only if our ends are in fact good." — Herman Daly

ECON 320


Click here for Readings and Links for Natural Resources, Ecological & Environmental Economics

Click here for syllabus for ECON 320 Fall 2018

Click here for tentative schedule of readings for Part 1 of course

Click here for tentative schedule of readings for Part 2 of course

Click here for Group Project Report Template: each group should print one copy, fill out at meeting, and turn in at next class meeting

Click here for study sheet for midterm exam Fall 2018

Fall 2018 sustainability events as announced (opportunity for extra credit here!)


Summary of written individual assignment here

Summary of group presentation assignment here

Click here for summary of Fall 2017 projects, partnered with City of Cincinnati Green Cincinnati Plan

Click here for Green Cincinnati Plan (GCP) Recommendations as of 10-16-17

Examples of recommendation write-ups:

Car-Share write-up

EXAMPLES: Margo Bond’s submissions on Resiliency: outline and references here, policy report here, and BCA spreadsheet here 


Problem Set 1 Fall 18 here

Click here for Excel answers to Problem Set 1

Click here for blank surveys for Problem Set 2, both versions

Click here for spreadsheet with class responses to survey, for your analysis in Problem Set 2

Problem Set 3: Sustainable Yield, Daly Ch. 6 here

Updated Individual Written Assignment here–  ECON 320 F17

Individual Scholarly Outline and Bibliography hereECON 320 F17

Group Project Oral Presentation ECON 320 F17

Net Present Value Exercise TL Ch 2

Click here for blank spreadsheet for responses to Problem Set 2 Survey Exercise

Click here for  answers to Problem Set 3

Click here  for  Practice Sheet (with answers) for Problem Set 4

Click  here  for  Public Good Example

Problem Set 4: Externality, Public Goods, Daly Ch 10 TL Ch 4

Click here for  answers to Problem Set 4


Rubrics for Homework

Rubric Project Presentations and Papers


Detailed Rubric Papers (if you want more details)


Experiential Learning Concepts

Learning Goals XU WCB ECON


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