News

13-02-2008
New vacancies for economists

Do you want to influence the regional business policies of tomorrow? We have vacancies for economists who want to help our private and public clients. You long to work with economic analysis and strategies for regional development. Your ambition is to make a difference.

 

Please see the vacancies here (Danish only) here

 

For further information, please contact Business Manager Mikkel Egede Birkeland

06-02-2008
Copenhagen Economics ranked as one of the world's leading economics firms
Global Competition Review, a leading journal on competition law, has just released its annual ranking of law and economics firms specializing in competition, GCR100.   Plesner, Kromann Reumert and Gorissen Federspiel Kierkegaard are the three Danish law firms among the 100 ranked, while Copenhagen Economics is the sole Danish economics firm among the 20 ranked. Interestingly, only 3 out of 20 ranked economics firms are based outside the UK and US.   Claus Kastberg Nielsen, Managing Director of Copenhagen Economics, is excited: 'Our explicit goal is to grow into a significant international economics consultancy, and our entry on the GCR ranking list is only one of the signs that we are succeeding following a number of significant changes in our company'.   Copenhagen Economics has recently moved to new premises in central Copenhagen, has accepted two new partners and is on a path of rapid growth in turnover and staff.
14-01-2008
New vacancy for a senior economist

Do you want to influence the regional business policies of tomorrow? We have a vacancy for a senior economist that wants to help our private and public clients. You are urging to work with economic analysis and strategies for regional development. Your ambition is to make a difference.

 

Please see the vacancy (Danish only) here

 

For further information, please contact Business Manager Mikkel Egede Birkeland

14-01-2008
Copenhagen Economics wins large EU contract on non-tariff barriers between EU and US

Copenhagen Economics (in consortium) has won a large EU contract for Directorate General Trade to carry out a study of the economic impact of non-tariff barriers to EU-US trade and investment. The consortium consists of Copenhagen Economics, ECORYS, RPA, ICAP, Danish Technological Institute, University of Sussex and QualDesign.

 

The project, for which Copenhagen Economics will shortly commence work, is in line with Copenhagen Economics’ focus on the interaction between regulation and international trade. It also fits in with our continuous pursuit of excellence in modelling of global trade and investment in services. The work will build on our successful modelling of the EU services directive from 2005

 

 

For more information, please contact Partner Martin H. Thelle

29-12-2007
Impact of Norwegian competition policy

Copenhagen Economics was commissioned by the Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration and Reform to make two reports on competition policy: A report on the effects of the actions made by the Norwegian Competition Authority, and a report on indicators and other methods to measure the impact of Norwegian competition policy.

 

Please see the english summaries here and here

 

Full reports (Norwegian only) here and here

 

For further information, please contact Simen Karlsen