NEWS AND PUBLICATIONS

25 years of the European Single Market
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The aim of this report is to analyse the economic implications of the Single Market. It demonstrates that becoming a member of the Single Market has significantly boosted the Danish economy. Futher, it is shown that the economic benefits from … Read more

Companies’ demand for STEM skills
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The technological development and new digital solutions provide the possibility to create fast-growth businesses of the future, increase productivity and maintain and develop good and well-paid jobs in Denmark. In order to take advantage of this growth potential, it is … Read more

Preliminary analysis: Implementation of FAIR data in Denmark
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This preliminary analysis examines the potential for implementing FAIR data in Denmark by estimating the benefits and costs of introducing FAIR research data in Denmark. The four principles that make up FAIR include the following: Findable: Data is assigned a … Read more

Evaluation of the reduction in the child and youth benefit based on income
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In this evaluation, the labour supply effects are examined in the short term of the reduction in child and youth benefits base on income. The child and youth benefit were made dependent on income since 2014, so that it is … Read more

Monitoring, tax gaps and public finances
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In this report we have carried out an analysis of the tax gap in Denmark and the relationship between monitoring, tax gaps and public finances. The purpose of the analysis is to shed light on the potential of lowering the … Read more

Economic effects of reducing the electricity tax
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In this report, an analysis has been carried out on the economic effects of reducing the electricity tax. The analysis examines the economic effects of respectively reducing the electricity tax to the EU’s minimum rate of 0.4 øre/kWh (abolishment) and … Read more

Evaluation of the Swedish Housing-Jobs Scheme
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In this report, an evaluation has been conducted on the Swedish equivalent to the Housing-Jobs Scheme (BoligJobordningen), the so-called ROT and RUT schemes, which provide reimbursement for labour costs for skilled trade work and household services respectively. The purpose of … Read more

Mismatch problems in the Nordic region
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This report finds that recruitment challenges and mismatch problems are hampering economic growth in the Nordic region. The study indicates that the lack of the right labour force in five Nordic growth industries partly results in production restrictions, because in … Read more

Barriers to corporate data usage
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This analysis examines the main barriers to corporate data usage and the impact these barriers have on companies. As part of the analysis, Morten Rosenmeier, professor of copyright law at the University of Copenhagen, has prepared an independent legal analysis … Read more

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