Beijer Fellows

Chandra Kiran Krishnamurthy | PhD (Economist), Researcher

My research interests are rather broad, and cover many areas in Environmental and Resource Economics, Development Economics and Applied Econometrics. I am primarily interested in research topics covering the economics of climate change, renewable resource extraction, the economics of energy, and the interplay between industrial development, economic growth and environmental degradation. I use both empirical and theoretical methods in my research.

Chandra Kiran Krishnamurthy


Phone +46 (0)70 7689762
Address: The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics The Royal Swedish Academy of Science Box 50005 SE-104 05 Stockholm, Sweden


Beijer E-print Series
495 Residential End-use Electricity Demand: Implications for Real Time Pricing in Sweden
Vesterberg, M., and C.K.B Krishnamurthy (2016). Energy Journal 37(4):141-164.

Beijer E-print Series
450 Determinants of the price-premium for green energy: Evidence from an OECD cross-section
Krishnamurthy, C.K.B. and B. Kriström (2016). Environmental and Resource Economics 64(2):173-204.

Beijer E-print Series
414 A cross-country analysis of residential electricity demand in 11 OECD-countries
Krishnamurthy, C.K.B. and B. Kriström. (2015) Resource and Energy Economics 39:68-88.

Beijer Discussion Paper
261 The Unintended Consequences of a Global Carbon Tax
Gustav Engström, Johan Gars, Chandra Kiran, Raphael Calel, Therese Lindahl, Badri G. Narayanan and Daniel Spiro. 2018.

Beijer Discussion Paper
259 An Ecological Golden Rule
Ram Fishman and Chandra Kiran Krishnamurthy. 2017.

Beijer Discussion Paper
252 Distributional Implications of Electricity Taxation: An Assessment using Household Survey Data from 11 OECD countries
Chandra Kiran B Krishnamurthy. 2015.