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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.

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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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  • 03-07-2018

    New vacancy: Talented interns with an interest in competition or regulated sectors

    We are looking for two talented interns to join our Copenhagen office from October 2018 for minimum three months.

    Working with us, you will be part of an international team of economists and get first-hand experience in working on projects ranging from competition or dispute support cases to energy and climate regulation. We will give you a chance to experience how our economic consultants work, from data collection over analysis to presenting our findings, and you will learn how to apply economic analysis in various cases.

    A working experience with us will allow you to understand whether you would like to pursue a career in economic consulting.

    Learn more about this position

    For further information, please contact Stine Fechtenburg Pedersen

  • 03-07-2018

    New study: Report on USO net costs in Iceland

    Changing communication habits of businesses and private individuals are transforming postal markets throughout Europe. Despite necessary changes in regulatory frameworks, the universal service obligation (USO) still puts a strong constraint on many postal operators, preventing them from acting in the commercially most optimal way.

    In Iceland, the only viable option for the government to reduce the USO burden in the long run will be through direct compensation of USO net costs. Not compensating the USO burden may threaten the future quality of service and affect the long-term competitiveness of Iceland Post.

    These are some of the main conclusions in our recent study on USO net costs in Iceland.

    Learn more about this study

    For further information, please contact Anna Möller Boviei

  • 25-06-2018

    Ella Sipek joins Copenhagen Economics

    Copenhagen Economics has hired Ella Sipek as Analyst. She joins our Stockholm office.

    Ella holds an M.Sc. in International Business and Economics from Linköping University. She will join our IP Valuation & Transfer Pricing team.

  • 19-06-2018

    New study: Competition in the Swedish banking sector

    Competitive pressure in the Swedish banking sector has been highly debated in recent years. Various stakeholders point to increasing interest margins and a low level of consumer mobility as part of the issue.

    However, in an international comparison, we find no indications of insufficient competitive pressure in Swedish banking. This pressure is supported by very low switching costs for banking customers and a high degree of digitalisation in the sector. 

    That is one of the key conclusions in our new study on competition in the Swedish banking sector.

    Learn more about this study

    For further information, please contact Helge Sigurd Næss-Schmidt

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“I tried the outside option, but after two years, I decided to ‘come home’. I returned to Copenhagen Economics because I thrive with the flat hierarchy and high degree of flexibility.”
Eva Rytter Sunesen, Managing Economist

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