The reform of the Danish public sector has lead to the creation of five large regions. Each region has established a Growth Forum (Vækstforum) tying politicians, businesses and regional knowledge institutions together in the challenge to create the best circumstances for regional growth. Copenhagen Economics was assigned the task of analysing the starting point in each region and pointing out the key strategic challenges in each region.
To do so, we benchmarked each region on the four new growth drivers in the Regional Competitiveness Model and we mapped the growth and concentration of global industries in each region. The results are four summary reports setting the stage for the next phase of analyses and strategy development.
A report for the area of Greater Copenhagen will appear here in January 2006. Further information: Mr Martin Hvidt Thelle