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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.
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.
Social media is a tool that allows consumers to interact with family, friends, and a wider social circle by sharing information and experiences in real time from their public and private lives. Massive reductions in the cost of information and communication technology and the proliferation of internet access have led social media to become an everyday tool for individuals and organisations across the globe.
In this study, we explore how digital tools contribute to society via impacts on business activity worldwide. There is significant evidence that digital technologies, like Facebook apps and technologies, facilitate business growth, trade, hiring and inclusion.
To explore these effects, we conducted a survey focusing on the role of social media, using Facebook apps and technologies as an example. Representatives from more than 15,000 businesses located in 30 countries and regions across six continents responded.
Copenhagen Economics is proud to sponsor the State Aid virtual conference, organised by Informa Connect, which takes place 2 July 2020!
Gain insights into how State Aid is responding to the current COVID-19 crisis and other challenges including the Green Deal, Brexit, and the ongoing saga of tax and State Aid cases.
Our Director, Dr Adina Claici, will lead a session on State Aid in times of crisis – how to assess the damage? She will be joined by another 22 top decision makers from competition authorities.
We are pleased to offer our clients and business partners a 30% discount when signing up for the event via the link below.
In our newest study, we assess the drivers behind the growing trend in Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), what the differences between PPAs and more traditional hedging options are, and whether the growing trend in PPAs has affected the use of these more traditional hedging options.
The findings suggest that the recent development in use of PPAs is driven mainly by new market participants. Further, PPAs are a complementing hedging option to the financial future markets since it provides a hedging option which can be tailored to suit the specific project. As such, the financial future market is primarily used for shorter term hedges up to five years, whereas the PPA market is used for longer term hedges.
Our team is characterised by senior experts with a creative and candid approach.
Bruno heads our Digital Economy service, and helps clients to find and present economic evidence. He particularly excels at determining how economic insight can help the client manage a complex context.
Phone: +45 5121 2004
Claus is the founder of Copenhagen Economics and Managing Director of our Brussels branch.
Phone: +32 4 9187 9367 / +45 2253 1310
Karl specialises in competition and regulation cases. He helps clients with economic arguments and analysis in competition law cases, providing support which helps them present their cases convincingly.
Phone: +46 7 6187 2210
Hendrik helps clients to solve economic challenges related to the field of IP Valuation & Transfer Pricing. He specialises in measuring the value and impact of intellectual property, and using this to build sound license fee-, fair value- and damage assessments as well as strategies.
Phone: +46 7 6187 2665
Julia helps private sector clients to argue competition policy cases on sound economic analysis. She helps regulators devise future-oriented postal regulations and competitions policy regimes. Julia has great experience with qualitative and quantitative analysis for cartel damage calculations, particularly in the retail and manufacturing industries.
Phone: +32 4 9206 5285
Henrik heads our Competition and Dispute Support services. He helps clients create sound regulation that improves their framework conditions, by helping them argue and document their case, and by developing strategies – all based on applied microeconomics.
Phone: +45 2829 2527
Christian heads our Natural Resources and Health Care & Life Sciences services, as well as our innovative work in the area of behavioural economics. He helps clients succeed in regulatory management and design, and serves to increase the client's value of his analytical work.
Phone: +45 2871 3035
Sigurd heads our work within Public Finance & Financial Markets. He has widespread experience to benefit from when helping clients finding the underlying cause of their economic or financial problems. He is primarily responsible for Energy & Climate and Public Finance & Financial Markets.
Phone: +45 5076 3030
Signe Rølmer heads our Natural Resources service and helps clients to understand the implications of different policies and behaviours and design better regulation and incentives. She has great experience in grasping new areas and details quickly, understanding how regulation affects markets and cost drivers.
Phone: +45 5373 2310
Anna heads our Swedish branch and is a reknown expert within the postal & delivery sector, often presenting at conferences across the world.
Phone: +46 7 6391 2274
Working with us, you will experience an agile company with a flat hierarchy and a high degree of trust. We continuously recruit young talents as well as practiced experts.
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