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<span id="_ctl16__ctl0_head_title">Ryerson: The Chang School: Course: CECN 502</span>

CECN 502 Economics of Energy and Natural Resources


Certificate and Degree Credit
Arts Program Area


Prerequisite(s): (ECN 101 or CECN 104) and (ECN 201 or CECN 204) or Direct Entry
Duration: 39 Hours
Fee: $611.02* (Payment in full is required at time of enrolment.)


This course deals with the application of basic economic concepts to the problems of natural resources and with Canadian public policy issues in natural resources management. Topics covered in the course include: the resource sector and its impact on the Canadian economy, models of renewable and non-renewable resource use, the scarcity controversy, economic rents and taxation as applied to natural resources, and current issues in Canadian resource management.

Fall 2017
Enrolment for this term is closed.
There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Fall 2017.
Winter 2018
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There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Winter 2018.
Spring/Summer 2018
Enrolment for Spring/Summer 2018 is currently open; see Important Dates for specific enrolment periods. See Enrolment for instructions on enrolling online, by mail, or in person. Undergraduate Students: Please enrol using RAMSS for courses applicable to your degree program.

The last date to enrol in all Mid-Spring/Summer courses (beginning the week of June 25, 2018) is June 30, 2018. This deadline applies to all Mid-Spring/Summer courses, including those for which students have until the third class to enrol in other terms. Please note that no exceptions can be made for requests to enrol in Mid-Spring/Summer courses after the June 30, 2018 deadline.
There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Spring/Summer 2018

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