Bio and Research Interests

Research interests

Evaluation of non-market goods
Risk perception
Pricing of externalities


Henrik Andersson is an Associate Professor at Université Toulouse 1 Capitole and a member of LERNA at Toulouse School of Economics. His research mainly concerns methodological and empirical issues of the evaluation of non-marketed goods using revealed- and stated-preference techniques, and pricing of externalities. His research covers the areas of environmental, health and transport economics. Henrik has published several scientific papers including some on the value of a statistical life, risk perception, and transportation noise. He has been involved in several international scientific conferences, either as an organizer or as a scientific committee member.

Current position

September 2016Sabbatical Leave : Department of Economics, Lund University, Sweden
Associate Professor, University Toulouse 1 Capitole

Former positions

Director of M2 ERNA (Office hours: Mondays,8:30 – 10:00, MS210)