Socioeconomics of Regulation Design

Course: RGL3000


This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):

Changes to regulations often have far-reaching consequences for all stakeholders. Students examine the role of relevant risk-management and socioeconomic principles in the regulatory process. Using case studies, students analyze the impacts of regulatory changes, the use of cost-benefit analysis and propose impact-mitigating strategies. Working independently and in groups, students examine Regulatory Impact Analysis Statements (RIAS) and Strategic Environmental Assessments (SEA).

Prerequisites

RGL2200

SUMMER 2017
Online Learning
Section Date(s) ModePrice
800 May 9 - Aug 15Online$524.60 Register Online