Graduate Diploma of Environmental and Resource Economics
Duration: 1 year full time, 2 years part time
Minimum: 48 units
The Graduate Diploma of Environmental and Resource Economics is designed to provide students with or without a background in economics with a solid training in basic economic principles and techniques. There is a strong analytical and quantitative component and students should be capable of undertaking studies in mathematics and statistics at a fairly advanced level.
Students who complete Graduate Diploma of Environmental and Resource Economics may be admitted to Master of Environmental and Resource Economics.
For further information about the program or admission requirements please contact the program director: Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Professor Howes is the Director of the International and Development Economics (IDEC) program at the Crawford School of Public Policy.
Prior to joining the Crawford School, Stephen was Chief Economist at the Australian Agency for International Development. He worked from 1994 to 2005 at the World Bank, first in Washington and then in Delhi, where he was Lead Economist for India.