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AGEC 3833 - Land Economics


Credit Hours: 3
Students learn the functions of land in economic life; the effects of social, economic and institutional factors on land and the land resource base; principles of land values, development, property and tenure rights, and population pressures and the demand for land. Students also identify and discuss land resource values and real estate, the use of real estate , the effects of taxes on land ownership and the public’s direction on land use.

Prerequisite(s): AGEC 1801 , ECON 2106  or permission of instructor



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