The processes involved in strengthening and developing small Arctic economies are becoming increasingly important in policy design and regulation. Sustainability is at the heart of the discussion for the limited number of key sectors that drive economic activity, and additional sectors which are being explored face the same environmental scrutiny.
Arctic economies continue to attract attention globally. Their relatively small economies must therefore navigate the complex reality of doing business with larger countries and their associated economic influences.
Our team works with private and public sector clients in the areas of Greenland, Arctic fisheries, and mining to provide insight on these issues. With a long history of working in the region and a comprehensive portfolio of successful projects to our name, Copenhagen Economics is the natural choice for any consultancy work in the Arctic. Experts at economic modelling and sector analysis, our services range from advising governments on efficient policy design and regulation to guiding private clients on strategy and impact analyses.
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