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More than 200 publications per year

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

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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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  • 17-01-2018

    New vacancy: Experienced trade economist

    We are currently looking for a senior economist to join our Trade team in Copenhagen.

    Working with us, you will get a chance to work on key European trade issues - such as assisting the European Commission develop trade policies that benefit EU firms and citizens, or helping EU governments and firms prepare for Brexit.

    You will join some of the best economists in Europe and enter a Nordic working culture. Through formal training and individual coaching, we will help you grow your competencies within project work, relation building, and leadership.

    Learn more about the position

    For further information, please contact Eva Rytter Sunesen

  • 11-01-2018

    Norwegian Ministry proposes changes to the postal law based on study by Copenhagen Economics

    On January 9th, the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications published a suggestion to change the delivery frequency required by Norway Post from delivery five days per week to delivery every other day (i.e. on average 2.5 days per week). The suggestion is based on Copenhagen Economics’ analysis in the report Effects of changing the USO in Norway, which the Ministry published on the same day.

    In the report, we analyse the effects of changing the postal universal service obligation (USO) in Norway on commercial and socio-economical costs and benefits. We also investigate alternative measures that can be put in place to reduce any negative impact on users of reductions in USO requirements.

    Our analysis shows that reducing delivery frequency in Norway to every other day would imply substantial savings in terms of lower net cost (and thereby lower levels of public procurement of postal services) whereas the impact on user benefits would most likely be very moderate. Further reductions in delivery frequency would imply a greater risk of causing negative effects, which would call for the introduction of alternative solutions.

    Read more about the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communication’s proposal (Norwegian)

    Learn more about the study

    For further information, please contact Anna Möller Boivie

  • 10-01-2018

    Oslo 25 January: Highlights from our recent book on rebates

    25 January, Henrik Ballebye Okholm and Torben Thorø Pedersen are invited to present highlights from our recent book on rebates at the Norwegian 'Forum for konkurranserett' in Oslo.

    Other speakers include Associate Professor Christian Bergqvist from Copenhagen University and Associate Professor Eirik Østerud from University of Oslo,

    The event is open for everyone but requires registration.

    Learn more about the event

    Register for the event

    For further information, please contact Torben Thorø Pedersen

  • 28-12-2017

    New Vacancy: Experienced business controller for our Copenhagen Office

    We are currently ooking for an analytical, structured, and detail oriented Business Controller, who drives processes and is an integral part of the Finance team. 

    The ideal candidate has exceptional Excel and BI skills and extensive experience working as a consultant or business controller.

    Learn more about the position

    For further information, please contact Martin Søgaard Nielsen

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“What I value most about Copenhagen Economics is the trust that Partners and colleagues have placed in me from Day One. This trust gives me the confidence and freedom to take initiatives, and has motivated me to quickly reach the next level on my career path.”
Julia Sabine Wahl, Senior Economist

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