News

05-09-2019
Congratulations on three well-deserved promotions in Copenhagen Economics

Stine Fechtenburg is promoted to HR Business Partner. She joined us in April 2018 and has continuously taken on more and more responsibility. Stine works with high integrity, is diligent, and strives for good results. She is accountable, proactive, and hard-working. Stine is a culture bearer and a driving force in the HR team.

Jonas Bjarke Jensen is promoted to Senior Economist. Since he joined us in 2016, Jonas has been a solid Economist, capable of communicating with clients and colleagues in a clear and concise language and based on a collaborative approach. He has increasingly also shown skills as a project manager, leading the work increasingly independently and with high quality. He works hard to deliver on deadlines, also when it involves working at odd hours and over weekends.

Kalle Kantanen is promoted to Economist. He joined us in 2016, and has over the years been involved in a variety of projects, mostly in the field of competition and dispute support. Kalle has demonstrated personal development and growth towards the role of an Economist and consultant over the years. He has been an integral part of many important competition cases and has become the go-to person in certain types of quantitative competition analyses.

02-09-2019
Copenhagen Economics is growing

We have hired Joel Leinonen, Jose Paredes, Cristina Oroian, Lilan Hempel Jønsson, Mathias Slott Hassel and Jasper Lutz.

With the hiring of Joel, Cristina and Jasper, we are strengthening our Competition team that operates across our offices in Helsinki, Brussels and Copenhagen.

Jose joins our IP Valuation & Transfer Pricing team based in Stockholm. He holds an M.Sc. in Managerial and Financial Economics from HEC in Paris.

Lilan Hempel Jønsson and Mathias Slott both join our Business Support team based in Copenhagen. Lilan holds a Master’s degree in International Business Communication and will take on the role as Communications Consultant. Mathias holds an M.Sc. in Economics and will support our Managing Partner Christian Jervelund in his role as Executive Assistant.

30-08-2019
Vacancy: Senior Transfer Pricing Consultant

We're expanding our Intellectual Property & Transfer Pricing team in Stockholm - are you our new senior colleague?

We offer you the opportunity to further develop your leadership and management skills, and business development activities. You will manage critical client assignments and be travelling frequently to meet with clients around the globe.

Learn more about this position

For further information please contact Partner Hendrik Fügemann

26-08-2019
We are now accepting applications for Talent Day 2019

Are you an ambitious and highly skilled economics student, currently enrolled in a PhD or Master’s degree program? Do you want to meet some of the most talented and highly skilled economists from across Europe, and spend an engaging day in Copenhagen, solving challenging cases from real life?

Talent Day is a unique opportunity to learn more about Copenhagen Economics and the world of economics consulting, and we have 12 seats available for the very best economics students from across Europe. Since we started Talent Day in 2007, we have hired two people on average following our event - and you could be next!

Learn more about the event and apply

For further information, please contact HR Consultant Stine Fechtenburg

13-08-2019
New study: Economic Implications of Automatic Injunctions Under German Patent Law

Automatic injunctive relief in German patent law shifts bargaining power between a patentee (plaintiff) and a defendant to the patentee. This will impact both settlement behaviour and the settlement payment. However, the economic value of the defendant’s product and the financial damage due to injunction – as opposed to the economic value of the invention – will govern the settlement outcome. We examine one case study and find the estimated settlement payment exceeds the value of the invention by more than ten thousand.

Learn more about the study

For further information, please contact Hendrik Fügemann or Claire Foley Danielsson