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- Economics, Politics
- Environment, Energy, Nature, Resources Danish environmental policy Decision tools Environmental economy Globalization and environment International environmental policy Oil and gas resources Sustainable development Sustainable management of natural resources Transition to hydrogen and fuel cells Water (economical, social and environmental)
My research field is econmomic aspects of long term planning and sustainable development in particular concerning environment, energy, and natural resources.
Current research interests:
The economics of hydrogen and fuel cells in motorised transport
Delinking energy consumption from economic growth in Denmark
Green tax reform in Europe
Climate change and economic mechanisms in the transport sector
Discounting in the very long term
Consumer preferences and and citizens' priorities
Anders Chr. Hansen, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Economics of Sustainable Development, Energy, Claimte, and Environmental Policy
Roskilde University, Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change
Born October 27. 1957 in Denmark. Nationality: Danish.
1989: Cand.polit., M.Sc. (Econ), University of Copenhagen
2001: Ph.D. in Social Science at Roskilde University
1987-91: Local Governments Research Institute (AKF). Researcher. Regional and labour market studies (model building and empirical studies of regional and gender wage differences, regional economic development, etc.).
1991-93: Danish Government Auditing Office. Principal. Public sector productivity studies (measurement methodology and applications).
1993-: Roskilde University, Department of Social Sciences. Research Fellow, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor. Ph.D. thesis: Economic Sustainability Analysis (Økonomisk analyse af bæredygtig udvikling) defended in March 2001. Research in sustainable development and environmental and resource economics. Transitions to the hydrogen as a transport fuel.
1987-: Teaching experience from Roskilde University (RUC), University of Malaysia UNIMAS) in Kuching, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Copenhagen, and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) includes responsibility for and lecturing at the following classes and seminars:
Ecological, environmental and resource economics; Introduction to economics; Macroeconomics; International economics; Public finance; The Economics of Organisations; Statistics; Development Economics; Economics of Innovation.
Consultancy: Water Resource University, Hanoi. Development of bachelor and master programmes in economics.
Referee: Journal of Environmental Management. Ecological Economics, The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, IMV Reports on discounting and cost-benefit-analysis.
Research and education information
Current teaching responsibility:
Environment and Economics (link to spring 2010 course , next course planned for spring 2011)
Energy Planning (link to spring 2010 course , next course planned for spring 2011)
Climate and Resources (Next course planned for fall 2010)
Ph.D. School Environment and Society:
Climate Science and Climate Policy (link to spring 2010 course , next course planned for spring 2011)
Other teaching at Roskilde University
Introduction to economics I and II at social science BA studies
Introduction to the economics of urban development at Plan, By og Proces
Seminars and courses at Roskilde University and other universities:
Ecological economics/environment and economics, energy planning and climate policy, global public goods, micro- and macro economics, international economics, public finance, institutional economics, statistics, technology economics, labour market economics.
Natural heritage in the Baltic Sea Region : Challenges and solutions for sustainable transport to and within protected areas
Publication: Communication › Book
Publication: Communication › Comment/debate
Publication: Communication › Journal article
Activity: Participation in conference/workshop/course/seminar › Organisation and participation in conference
Activity: Lecture and oral contribution
Activity: Lecture and oral contribution