Peter Kjær Kruse-Andersen

Peter Kjær Kruse-Andersen

Assistant Professor

Primary fields of interest: economic growth, climate change economics, environmental economics, and macroeconomics.

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Current research


Kruse-Andersen, P.K. (2023). Directed Technical Change, Environmental Sustainability, and Population Growth, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

Kruse-Andersen, P.K. (2023). Testing R&D-Based Endogenous Growth Models, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics.

Beck, U. R., P.K. Kruse-Andersen, and L.B. Stewart (2023). Carbon Leakage in a Small Open Economy: The Importance of International Climate Policies. Energy Economics.

Kruse-Andersen, P.K., and Jacobsen, M.S. (2023). A coordination failure between EU climate policies exemplified by the North Sea energy island. Climate Policy.

Kruse-Andersen, P.K. (2023). Climate Policy in the Shadow of National Security. Economics Letters.

Kruse-Andersen, P.K., and Sørensen, P.B. (2022). Optimal carbon taxation in EU frontrunner countries: coordinating with the EU ETS and addressing leakage. Climate Policy.

Kruse-Andersen, P.K., and Sørensen, P.B. (2022). Optimal energy taxes and subsidies under a cost-effective unilateral climate policy: Addressing carbon leakage. Energy Economics, 109, 105928.

Beck, U., and Kruse-Andersen, P.K. (2020). Endogenizing the Cap in a Cap-and-Trade System: Assessing the Agreement on EU ETS Phase 4. Environmental and Resource Economics 77, 781–811.

Kruse-Andersen, Peter K. (2019). Comment on B. Carlén and B. Kriström: Are Climate Policies in the Nordic Countries Cost-Effective? Nordic Economic Policy Review 2019: Climate Policies in the Nordics, 148-151. DOI: 6027/Nord2019-012

Working Papers

Kruse-Andersen, P.K., and Sørensen, P.B. (2022). Optimal Carbon Taxation with Carbon Leakage at the Extensive and the Intensive Margin, CESifo Working Paper No. 9185, 2021 (link).

Kruse-Andersen, P.K. (2016). Directed Technical Change and Economic Growth Effects of Environmental Policy, University of Copenhagen, Department of Economics, Discussion Paper No. 16-06., 2016.


Teaching Advanced Economics of the Environment and Climate Change, master's course, Deparment of Economics, UCPH

Supervising bachelor and master's students in the fields:

  • Environmental Economics
  • Economics of Climate Change
  • Economic Growth

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