About us

We want to work with people sharing the same values as we do. When we share beliefs and values, we can do amazing things. Guiding our actions and choices, the following summarise our approach to doing business:

  • We value our team- and trust-based working culture where we value teams over stars.
  • We take pride in our ability to present the Hard Facts as Clear Stories for clients and projects around the world.
  • We run our company with a commercial mindset.


The CE Code of Conduct (CoC) lays out the fundamental principles that guide Copenhagen Economics’ responsibilities and objectives in key areas.

The CoC governs how we uphold corporate responsibility across several key aspects of our business, including:

  • Business ethics in our work
  • Data ethics
  • Business ethics in company governance
  • Human rights and work customs
  • Environment and Climate Change

Our Code of Conduct extends its reach to all individuals associated with Copenhagen Economics. This includes CE employees, contractors, vendors, freelancers, and the members of our Board of Directors.


Our team is committed to helping cultivate a sustainable future for our societies and our planet. Read more about our pro-bono work and how Copenhagen Economics gives back to the community.


At Copenhagen Economics we celebrate the diversity of our people, providing an attractive and stimulating working environment for the best and brightest economists in Europe.

Attracting and retaining top female professionals is a key goal for Copenhagen Economics. No matter which stage of life they’re at, we work with our female colleagues in building a strong professional network.

A signatory of the Women’s Empowerment Principles

“Copenhagen Economics is committed to promoting gender equality and the empowerment of our female colleagues. We recognise that affecting positive change in this area means making a public commitment, and we see the Women’s Empowerment Principles as a powerful statement of intent that we are determined to follow through on. We are keenly aware of the “Nordic Paradox” and the need for this to change, and we hope that signing up to the Women’s Empowerment Principles will be another step in this direction.”

– Henrik Okholm Ballebye, Managing Partner


  • Established in 2000
  • Offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Brussels
  • Single expertise: Economics
  • 90+ employees
  • Multiple nationalities: American, Belarusian, Chinese, Croatian, Cypriot, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indian, Irish, Italian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss
  • Private limited company
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Copenhagen Economics A/S

Copenhagen Economics is one of the leading economics firms in Europe. Founded in 2000, we currently employ more than 90 staff operating from our offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Brussels. The Global Competition Review (GCR) lists Copenhagen Economics among the Top-20 economic consultancies in the world, and has done so since 2006.

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