Dr Malwina Mejer helps clients to understand the implications of different policies and to design better regulations and incentives, primarily within the field of Healthcare and Life Sciences.
Prior to joining Copenhagen Economics, Malwina held various research and policy roles at Bruegel think tank, Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management, as well as the European Commission. With her policy experience and academic background, Malwina excels in providing clear and coherent stories supported by sound economic analysis.
During her tenure at the European Commission, Malwina was responsible for economic analysis underpinning intellectual property reforms – including SPC, industrial designs and SEP – and worked on strategic dependencies and industrial policy. She also gained broad experience with regulatory impact assessments and evaluations.