Morten Bennedsen

Morten Bennedsen

Niels Bohr Professor, Department of Economics, University of Copenhagen

Andre and Rosalie Hofmann Chaired Professor of Family Enterprise Academic Director of the Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise. Professor in Economics, INSEAD.

Reports (author)

  • Vækst Gennem Generationsskifte - Succession and Growth, joint with K.M. Nielsen. Report prepared for the Danish Ministry of Business by CEBR, Aug.2008.
  • Private Equity in Denmark, joint with Jakob Bundgrd, Søren Bo Nielsen, Kasper M. Nielsen, Thomas Poulsen and Steen Thomsen, prepared for DVCA by CEBR, August 2008.
  • Ownership structure and economic performance of European corporations, joint with M. Junge, J.K. Jacobsen, S.T. Jespersen and K.M. Nielsen. Report prepared for the Novo Nordic Foundation by CEBR.
  • Equality of Opportunity in EU Law and Economic Implications of Human Rights. Phase II: Economic implications of equality rights or human rights discourse generally. (2005). Joint with Thomas Barnebeck Andersen, Peter Hjertholm, Jens Kovsted and Nikolaj Malchow-Møller. Project managers: Morten Bennedsen and Nikolaj Malchow-Møller.
  • Institutions and Growth - a Literature Survey. (2005). By Morten Bennedsen, Nikolaj Malchow-Møller and Frederik Vinten Report prepared for the Danish Development Agency (Danida).
  • Investorbeskyttelse og Virksomhedsovertagelser i Danmark. (2003). Joint with Kasper Nielsen. Report for the Danish Ministry of Business and Economics. Published by FORA,Denmark.
  • Ecuador - a country profile study, (1992). Published by Ibis Denmark.
  • Bolivia - a country profile study, (1990). Joint with L. Overgaard. Published by Ibis Denmark.

Reports (project manager)

  • Equality of Opportunity in EU Law and Economic Implications of Human Rights Phase 1: Equality of Opportunity in EU legislation and ECJ Case Law. (2005).Written by Rose Lynberry. Project managers: Morten Bennedsen and Nikolaj Malchow-Møller.
  • Kvinder i Danske Bestyrelser. (Women in Danish Corporate Boards.) (2005). A CEBR report for the Danish Ministry of Gender Equality.