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19-06-2017
New study: Brexit will have negative economic impact for Denmark

The UK is an important market for Danish goods and services with exports reaching 73 mia. DKK in 2015. Danish firms and consumers benefit from UK imports worth 64 mia. DKK.

Brexit will increase trade costs between the EU and will reduce Denmark’s GDP by 0.2%-1.2% depending on the outcome of the negotiations between the EU and the UK.

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For further information, please contact Martin H. Thelle or Eva Rytter Sunesen

13-06-2017
10 good reasons to use economics in state aid

Many private companies or public authorities are surprised to learn the circumstances when state aid may be legal - and that they themselves can perform an assessment of the public funds involved in an economic activity in order to evaluate that.

In this article, published by the Global Competition Review (GCR) today, Dr. Adina Claici shows the increased use of economic expertise in assessing state aid lawfulness, and guides you through the main steps undertaken in such an analysis.

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Learn more about our work within state aid

For further information, please contact Adina Claici

13-06-2017
Claire Foley Danielsson joins Copenhagen Economics

Copenhagen Economics has hired Claire Foley Danielsson as a Senior Economist at the Stockholm office.

Claire is an experienced economist within valuation of intellectual property. She is specialised in conducting quantitative economic analyses and in managing complex client engagements in an array of intellectual property and other complex commercial litigation matters. Previously, Claire worked as a Senior Project Manager at Competition Dynamics in Boston.

13-06-2017
New vacancies: Research Assistants for our Copenhagen and Stockholm offices

Do you want to work with and learn from the best economists in Scandinavia? Copenhagen Economics is seeking to hire two new Research Assistants to contribute directly to our daily project work.

In Copenhagen Economics, you will get the opportunity to have a direct impact, working for some of the most influential institutions, organisations and enterprises across Europe and beyond. You will develop your skills in economics by learning from and working closely with our team of experienced consultants.

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09-06-2017
New study: The Nordic countries hold a leading position in the App Economy

The Nordic App Economy supports 145,500 jobs in 2017. Of these, 33,000 are app developers, 16,500 are support jobs within the app firms, while around 31,000 jobs are jobs at suppliers to the app industry (indirect jobs) and 65,000 jobs are supported via the spending of the app employees and their suppliers (the so-called induced effects).

With the right conducive policies, there is a potential for growing the total amount of jobs to 285,000 in the next five years. The App Economy thus presents a possibility for substantial growth in the Nordic region.

Today, Managing Partner Martin H. Thelle presents the results of the study at the IT University in Copenhagen.

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For further information, please contact Martin H. Thelle

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