Henry An

Professor, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology
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Fall Term 2024 (1890)

AREC 533 - Production Economics

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-3)

Static and dynamic firm theory, production principles applied to resource use, resource and product combination, cost structure, uncertainty and expectations. Prerequisite: consent of Instructor. AREC 313 and ECON 481 recommended.

LECTURE A1 (48700)

2024-09-03 - 2024-12-09
TR 12:30 - 13:50

LAB D1 (48701)

2024-09-03 - 2024-12-09
F 14:00 - 16:50

Winter Term 2025 (1900)

AREC 250 - Social and Economic Issues of Food Biotechnology

3 units (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course will provide an introduction to the economics and business concepts in the biotechnology industry with an emphasis on food produced using genetic modification and other food technologies. The basic science behind GM foods will be discussed, but most of the material will focus on the social, economic, environmental, and legal issues surrounding GM foods. Key questions will be addressed using peer-reviewed literature and case studies, and the material will be presented from various disciplinary viewpoints.

LECTURE B1 (70150)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
TR 09:30 - 10:50



AREC 410 - Advanced Methods and Applications in Applied Economics

3 units (fi 6)(SECOND, 3-0-0)

Empirical applications of methods used in resource, environmental, agri-food, and forest economics. Involves one or more case study projects that focus on the empirical examination of economic issues in renewable resource management. Prerequisite: AREC 313. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations section of the Calendar.

LECTURE B1 (71551)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
TR 14:00 - 15:20



R SOC 410 - Research Methods and Policy Applications in Applied Environmental Sociology

3 units (fi 6)(SECOND, 3-0-0)

Empirical applications of theory and methods used in environmental sociology, rural sociology, and natural resource sociology. Involves one or more case study projects that focus on conceptual understandings, field research methods, and policy analysis in the human dimensions of resource management. Prerequisite: R SOC 355, R SOC 365, or R SOC 450.

LECTURE B1 (71560)

2025-01-06 - 2025-04-09
TR 14:00 - 15:20