Lennard Kröger

Kiel Institute Researcher

Topics: Sustainable Development, Climate, Natural Resources


Main research interests

  • Resource Economics
  • Dynamic optimization models

Lennard Kröger studied Philosophy and Economics at the University of Bayreuth followed by a 6-month stay in Jakarta, Indonesia during which he worked for the GIZ. Afterwards he completed his master’s degree in Environmental and Resource Economics at the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. During his master’s studies he worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Environmental, Resource and Spatial Economics. At the Kiel Institute he works within the DFG funded project Translational Evolutionary Research (TransEvo) in the tandem project “Evolutionary management of harvested populations” and in the project SeaStore – Diversity enhancement through seagrass restoration.