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Danish Economic Councils

  • The Economic Council is an economic advisory body established by law in 1962. The Council has 26 members representing unions, employers, the Central Bank and the Danish Government. Independent economic experts are members as well.
  • The Environmental Economic Council is an economic advisory body established by law in 2007. The Council has 24 members representing unions, employers, ngos and the Danish Government. Independent economic experts are members as well.
  • Both councils are presided over by four independent chairmen (called the "wise men"). The chairmen are generally university professors. The Economic Council meets twice a year to discuss a report prepared by the Chairmanship. The Environmental Economic Council meets once a year.
  • The Chairmanship prepares reports to the councils. The reports contain economic analyses and policy statements. The reports to the Economic Council contains analyses on fiscal and monetary policies, labour market issues, etc. The report also contains a forecast of the Danish economy for the coming 2 to 3 years. The report to the Environmental Economic Council contains analyses on diffrent environmental issues with relevance to the Danish or Global economy. The reports are in Danish with an English summary.



Danish Economic Councils
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