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What is the optimal tax rate on the regulated Swedish gaming market?

Amanda Stefansdotter and David Norström presented the first results from their analysis at Almedalen Week this summer.

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“One of the best and most pedagogic presentation on the topic I have heard in the past few years”
Håkan Bystedt, Kombispel

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  • 26-09-2016

    We are looking for an experienced Bookkeeper

    Are you a competent and experienced Bookeeper who thrives in a dynamic, international environment? Then you might be our new colleague in the Finance department. Please note that Danish language is required.

    Learn more about the position

    For further information, please contact Martin Søgaard Nielsen

     

  • 21-09-2016

    New study: Danish water technology exports could more than double by 2025

    The Danish Agency for Water and Nature Management has asked Copenhagen Economics to examine and evaluate Danish water technology firms’ expectations to future export possibilities, the value of public instruments, and potential obstacles in acquiring finance. Moreover, we have explored the view on different models for delivering common Danish turnkey projects within the water and wastewater sectors.

    We have conducted more than 20 interviews with the largest players in Danish water technology export – representing a majority of the total export – as well as institutional investors, water utilities and export finance institutions.

    Yesterday, Helge Sigurd Næss-Schmidt presented the results of our study at a major conference for the water technology industry (VandTek 2016) in Copenhagen.

    Read more about VandTek2016

    Read more about the report at the client's website

    Download the study (in Danish)

    For further information, please contact Martin Bo Westh Hansen

  • 16-09-2016

    New study: EU falls behind the race for global FDI flows

    FDI brings new capital, technology and knowledge into the EU. The crisis hit the EU economy hard and the EU share of global FDI has fallen. The low growth prospects in the EU make the EU less attractive for multinational companies compared to other investment locations. That calls for action by EU policy makers.

    The European Commission has asked Copenhagen Economics to identify the main drivers of FDI into the EU and construct an FDI Attractiveness Scoreboard that can be used to benchmark individual countries on their attractiveness.

    The FDI Attractiveness Scoreboard shows that Finland, Ireland and the Netherlands are the most attractive EU countries for FDI, while Italy, Greece and Croatia are the least attractive.

    Learn more about the study

    For further information, please contact Eva Rytter Sunesen

     

  • 09-09-2016

    New study: Having access to a wide selection of stoma products yields significant value to the Danish society

    Having access to a wide selection of stoma products not only increases the life quality of stoma users, but also their labour supply and productivity while reducing their usage of certain healthcare services.

    We estimate the impacts on the Danish GDP and public finances to be around DKK 40m and DKK 65m per year respectively compared to the situation where Danish stoma users do not have access to a wide selection of stoma products.

    Learn more about the study

    For further information, please contact Kristoffer Jensen

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Eva Rytter Sunesen, Managing Economist

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We are economists, passionate about solving real life problems. Every day, our experts strive to present new insights and bring a new perspective to every case or project. We call it Hard facts. Clear stories.

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