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  • 23-01-2017

    COPENHAGEN ECONOMICS IN THE TOP 21 OF THE WORLD'S LEADING COMPETITION ECONOMICS FIRMS

    We are very proud to announce that Copenhagen Economics has once again made it to the GCR Economics 21, an independent guide to the world's top 21 economics consultancies for competition advice.

    It is the eleventh time in a row that Copenhagen Economics is included in the guide, published by Global Competition Review (GCR).

    GCR is recognised as the world’s leading competition law & policy journal. Each entrant is measured using several criteria, including size of practice, reputation and work over the past year.

    Learn more about GCR Economics 21 and see the full list
    Learn more about our work within competition, mergers, cartels, and litigation
    For further information, please contact Claus Kastberg Nielsen

  • 20-01-2017

    New study: Renovation of the Swedish building stock will provide multiple benefits

    The value of energy savings is the largest benefit from renovations of the Swedish building stock. Other benefits include reduced outdoor air pollution and increased indoor air quality, whereas benefits from reduced CO2 emissions, renewable energy investments, strategic energy security, and increased economic activity are small.

    Learn more about the study

    For further information, please contact Martin Bo Westh Hansen

     

  • 10-01-2017

    Invitation: How does Big Data impact competition?

    Corporate collection of large amounts of data – 'Big Data' – plays an increasing role in competition economics. This is also noted by Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, who has highlighted how Big Data can distort competition and keep competitors out of the market.

    But how do data-driven markets work, and how does Big Data impact competition?

    Copenhagen Economics and the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority invites to a meeting in the Competition Economic Forum Thursday 2 February. The discussing will be based on a presentation by Christoph Schottmüller, Assistant Professor at Copenhagen University.

    Learn more about the event and register 

    Learn more about the Competition Economic Forum

    For further information, please contact Henrik B. Okholm

  • 02-01-2017

    GCR 2017: ECONOMICS PLAYS A PIVOTAL ROLE IN SWEDISH COMPETITION LAW CASES

    In 2016, economic analysis have played a pivotal role in a number of competition law cases in Sweden. In some instances, the Courts have concluded that the economic evidence presented by the Swedish Competition Authority (SCA) has been insufficient, in particular with regard to market definition. Several mergers have been withdrawn after SCA presented their economic analysis.

    Learn more in the Handbook of Competition Economics’ chapter on Sweden, written by Karl Lundvall and Cecilia Gustafsson. 

    The Handbook of Competition Economics is published by the Global Competition Review (GCR). Its expert-written specialist intelligence and research provides unique insights into, and analysis of, current and future competition economics trends.

    For further information, please contact Karl Lundvall

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