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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The work of our experts results in more than 200 reports, studies, and analyses every year. Most of them are published and available on our website.

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Case: Investments and employment in Denmark

Managing Director, Martin H. Thelle, presents the outlook for investments and employment in Denmark. Watch the video or learn more at Axcelfuture's website.

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“How do we ensure that a sufficient number of jobs are recreated in the private sector before 2020?”
Report commissioned by Axcelfuture
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“How do we ensure that a sufficient number of jobs are recreated in the private sector before 2020?”
Report commissioned by Axcelfuture

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Sometimes our work resonates and has a direct impact on the public agenda. At other times, it contributes more subtly to the making of superior decisions within a company, organisation or courtroom.

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  • 27-07-2015

    New vacancy: Research Assistants

    We are currently looking for highly skilled and ambitious economics students who wants to contribute directly to our daily project work. 

    Working for us, you will get a chance to work for some of the most influential institutions, organisations and enterprises across Europe. You will join our team of experienced consultants and learn to apply economic theory and practice in situations and contexts, you never even knew existed.

    We will ask you to challenge your comfort zone, and we will offer you support and sparring in your academic development. The position implies 20 hours per week.

    Learn more

  • 27-07-2015

    New vacancy: Senior Economist

    We are currently looking for a Senior Economist specialised in postal and delivery economics.

    Working for us, you will join a highly specialised team of the best postal and delivery economists in Europe. We carry out international high profile projects for both public and private clients, and we offer a focussed and challenging environment, allowing you to develop as a professional economist.

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  • 06-07-2015

    New study: EU trade preferences helps increase and diversify exports from developing countries to the EU

    The EU’s General Scheme of Preferences (GSP), under which exports from developing countries can access the EU market either duty-free or at a reduced tariff rate, helps to increase and diversify exports from developing countries to the EU. 

    The impact is found to be especially large for the least developed countries, who benefit from the GSP Scheme ‘Everything but Arms’ which grants complete duty-free access into the EU on all products, except arms and ammunition.

    Today, Tine Jeppesen presents the results of our study of the economic benefits generated by the EU Trade Regimes before the European Commission in Brussels. The presentation is part of the formal launch of the study and will be followed by a panel discussion.

    Read more about the event 
    Learn more about the study here and here 

    For further information, please contact Martin Hvidt Thelle

  • 02-07-2015

    Hendrik Fügemann appointed Partner

    We are happy to announce that Hendrik Fügemann is appointed Partner in Copenhagen Economics.

    Hendrik joined Copenhagen Economics in 2013. He has succeeded in building IP Valuation, including Transfer Pricing, to be a key service in the firm. He is originally German and considered among Europe's leading experts in the field.

    “This is an important step. Hendrik Fügemann will play a key role in our international growth strategy going forward – and he is the first non-Danish member of the partner group” says Claus Kastberg Nielsen, Founder of Copenhagen Economics and Head of the Stockholm branch where Hendrik is located when not traveling the world for client meetings.

    Learn more about Hendrik and his recent work

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Case: Growth in Europe

Director of Economics Sigurd Næss-Schmidt presents the current outlook for growth in Europe. Watch the video or download the publication.

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“It would be fair to say that reform efforts in the banking sector – not the least recapitalisation of banks and focus on bail-in of investors – took a long time to get done. That is especially when comparing to the US. EU growth has suffered from this belated approach.”
New publication: Growth opportunities in Europe
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“It would be fair to say that reform efforts in the banking sector – not the least recapitalisation of banks and focus on bail-in of investors – took a long time to get done. That is especially when comparing to the US. EU growth has suffered from this belated approach.”
New publication: Growth opportunities in Europe

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Could you see yourself as an economist at Copenhagen Economics? We continuously recruit young talents as well as practiced experts.

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“What I value the most about Copenhagen Economics is that I everyday get use the same economic tools I learned while studying economics. It is a great feeling to apply these tools in a real world where calculated effects actually matter”
Jossi Steen-Knudsen, Economist
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“What I value the most about Copenhagen Economics is that I everyday get use the same economic tools I learned while studying economics. It is a great feeling to apply these tools in a real world where calculated effects actually matter”
Jossi Steen-Knudsen, 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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