Laboratory of Rural Economic Development

R.E.D.

Advance Issues in Economic Analysis

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The course is an extension of Microeconomic Theory II. The course objective is to introduce students to the effectiveness concept of the competitive economic paradigm. In addition, the course provides an elementary introduction to basics of game theory. Upon course completion, a typical student is expected to: To understand the theoretical underpinning of applied public […]
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Resource Εconomics

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This is the main course that addresses the economic analysis of resource management. The course objective is to introduce students to the rational/optimal concept of resource management. Upon course completion, a typical student is expected: To be able to elaborate on the “tragedy of the commons”. To comprehend the meaning of overfishing and natural resources […]
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Urban Economics & Spatial Planning

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Students will obtain sufficient knowledge on all issues mentioned in the course description. They will know how the concepts and tools of microeconomic analysis can be used and extended in the study of regional economics and they will be introduced to the basic concepts and methods of spatial planning. They will be able to understand […]
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Economics of Rural Development

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The course aims at offering to students the knowledge and learning experience, which will allow them to understand the basic mechanisms and process of rural development, as well as the different approaches behind rural development policies. Students should learn how the process of economic development affects agriculture and the rural space in general. The transformation […]
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Regional Economics and Development

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Students will obtain sufficient knowledge on all issues mentioned in the course description. They will know how the concepts and tools of microeconomic analysis can be used and extended in the study of regional and urban development. They will be able to analyze economic phenomena and views related to peripheries, interregional relationships, rural areas and […]
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Environmental Economics

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This is the main course that addresses the issue of market failure and the regulatory role of the State. The course objective is to introduce students to the concept of policy design (instrument choice) for environmental protection. Upon course completion, a typical student is expected: To be able to elaborate on “externalities” and the optimal […]