Peter J Wilcoxen > ECN 437 Environmental and Resource Economics

Previous Exams

Here are previous exams, most of which also have solution keys. Please note that the solution keys are sketches of the correct solutions rather than what was literally expected on the exams. Note that the exams are in reverse chronological order: the most recent semester is first.  There are also links to exams from closely related courses.  Before 2012, the course number was ECN 410 but the material was the same.

ECN 437

Spring 2016
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Spring 2015
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Spring 2014
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Fall 2012
Midterm Exam
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Final Exam
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Spring 2012
Midterm Exam
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Final Exam
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Spring 2011
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Spring 2010
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Spring 2009
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Spring 2008
Midterm Exam Solution
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Spring 2007
Midterm Exam Solution
Final Exam Solution
Spring 2006
Midterm Exam Solution
Final Exam Solution

Related Courses

Final Exams from Ecn 431
During the spring semesters of 2004 and 2005, the second half of ECN 431 was devoted to topics in environmental and natural resource economics. You may find the final exams from that course useful in studying for 410.
Exams from Eco 359M at the University of Texas
These are from a course I taught at the University of Texas from 1991 to 2001. It covered the same basic material but not necessarily in the same order during the semester: I used to cover resources before pollution control but now do pollution control first. Also, that course used calculus but 410 does not. You can use these exams for practice but don't be alarmed if you see derivatives.
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