How to improve innovation, entrepreneurship and business financing in the Arctic? The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has published a report by Oxford Research in cooperation with Nordregio and Lauritzen Consulting.
Executive Summary in English.
In the autumn of 2017 Oxford Research and Højbjerre Brauer Schultz estimated the socio-economic gains and costs of introducing FAIR research data in Denmark. In addition, we have examined the barriers and opportunities that are being implemented by FAIR research data at the Danish research institutions.
CustomerThe Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education
This study attempts to illustrate what an integrated Fehmarn Belt Corridor could look like, drawing the contours of a common vision for everyone to strive for and providing a roadmap for realising the full potential of the Fehmarn Belt investments.
City of Copenhagen, The Financial Services Union, The Danish Bankers Association, Nets , Saxo Bank, The Association of Danish Lawyers and Economists, BEC, TRYG and CFIR have commissioned the present study investigating Copenhagens potentials for becoming a strong Nordic FinTech Hub.
The Expat Study 2014 has been carried out by Oxford Research using data from a questionnaire survey conducted among approximately 1,800 highly skilled expatriates2 who live and work in Denmark. The report thus follows in the footsteps of the expat studies conducted by Oxford Research in 1998, 2006 and 2010.