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  • 27-05-2015

    New study: The pharmaceutical sector is expected to deliver up to 40 percent of Danish export increases from TTIP

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement currently being negotiated by the EU and the US is expected to lead to significant benefits for Denmark, and the pharmaceutical industry is an important driver in this. It is expected to account alone for up to 40 percent of the total expected increase in Danish exports and up to 20 percent of the total impact on Danish GDP arising from an ambitious TTIP agreement, targeting non-tariff barriers to transatlantic trade in pharmaceuticals.

    Today, Martin H. Thelle presents our findings at a conference discussing the EU-US free trade agreement at Christiansborg. Other speakers include the American Ambassador to Denmark, Rufus Gifford. Head of Cabinet, Maria Åsenius, and the Danish Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation, Mogens Jensen.

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    For further information, please contact Martin H. Thelle

  • 22-05-2015

    New study: Innovation policy has a key role to play in the transition to a sustainable energy system

    Energy policy in Sweden finds itself at the start of 2015 undergoing a process of transformation. Despite facing numerous challenges, Sweden is in many ways well equipped to respond to such challenges. However, a number of significant challenges lie on the horizon beyond 2020. According to most assessments, it is not possible to achieve the goals set for 2050 using currently agreed or planned policy instruments.

    In this study we conclude that technological, institutional as well as political innovation will be needed in order to meet the energy targets beyond 2020. Innovation policy can, if correctly designed, play an important supplementary role to other and more general policy instruments.

    The study is commissioned by the Swedish Agency for Growth Policy Analysis, Growth Analysis.

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    Download the full report from Growth Analysis’s website

    For further information, please contact Martin Flack

  • 20-05-2015

    News from our Postal & Delivery team

    In today's newsletter, we discuss two big topics that have moved the postal and delivery world since the beginning of the year 2015: the ECJ bpost ruling and the Digital Single Market Strategy. 

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  • 18-05-2015

    Peter Faxøe joins Copenhagen Economics

    Copenhagen Economics has hired Peter Faxøe as a Research Assistant. He joins our Copenhagen office.

    Peter studies economics at the University of Copenhagen, where he also teaches business economics.

    During his studies, Peter has studied in Canada and worked as Research Assistant with the Institute for International Economics and Management at Copenhagen Business School.

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