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Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is  Senior Climate Economist & Researcher Sam Vosper at University of cambridge.


Embark on a comprehensive exploration of the intricate interplay between economic principles and environmental challenges in the course titled "Economics of the Environment." Over a series of meticulously crafted lectures, participants will delve into foundational concepts such as externalities, market failure, and cost-benefit analysis. The course progresses to examine environmental policies, regulations, and the valuation of crucial resources. Moving beyond basics, participants will explore advanced topics including market-based approaches, green finance, and the application of behavioral economics in environmental decision-making. Case studies will illuminate both successes and failures in environmental economics, offering valuable insights. The course also delves into cutting-edge areas like circular economy models, spatial economics, and the role of technological innovations in sustainable practices. With a focus on global collaboration, ethical considerations, and future prospects, this course provides a holistic understanding of how economics can be leveraged to address and solve real-world environmental problems. A capstone project challenges participants to apply their acquired knowledge to propose viable solutions, fostering a practical and impactful learning experience.

At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the eductor indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.

Economics of the Environment, by Susanna Dorigoni

  • Susanna Dorigoni is Professor of Environmental and Energy Economics at the Bicocca University. She graduated in Applied Economics from the Catholic University in Milan and holds a PhD in Transport Economics achieved from the Department of Economics and Quantitative Methods of the University of Genoa. Since 1996 she has been a Research Fellow in Energy Economics and Policy and coordinator of many national and international research projects at the Bocconi University (1996-2011 IEFE; 2015-2108 CERTeT; since 2019 GREEN). Her fields of interest are represented by energy economics, environmental economics, economics of sustainable development, climate change economics, transport economics, regulatory economics, auction theory and environmental cost-benefit analysis. Since 2013 she has been on the Editorial Board of the Review Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment and she is author of various publications in academic journals and books.

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