The Copenhagen Consensus Center is a nonprofit organization. We commission and conduct new research and analysis into competing spending priorities and publish the best solutions based on prioritization. Together, the following pins provide a time timeline and historical overview of our work.

The Copenhagen Consensus Center is a nonprofit organization. We commission and conduct new research and analysis into competing spending priorities and publish the best solutions based on prioritization. Together, the following pins provide a time timeline and historical overview of our work.

The Copenhagen Consensus was our first project. The basic idea was to improve prioritization of the numerous problems the world faces, by gathering some of the world's greatest economists to a meeting where some of the biggest challenges in the world would be assessed. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus

The Copenhagen Consensus was our first project. The basic idea was to improve prioritization of the numerous problems the world faces, by gathering some of the world's greatest economists to a meeting where some of the biggest challenges in the world would be assessed. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus

Copenhagen Consensus 2006 followed a similar procedure to the first Copenhagen Consensus, drawing on the earlier exercise. Representatives had available to them the materials from the previous meeting, and over two days heard new presentations from acknowledged economists and UN experts for each of the ten challenge areas. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-georgetown

Copenhagen Consensus 2006 followed a similar procedure to the first Copenhagen Consensus, drawing on the earlier exercise. Representatives had available to them the materials from the previous meeting, and over two days heard new presentations from acknowledged economists and UN experts for each of the ten challenge areas. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-georgetown

The Copenhagen Consensus UNICEF meeting brought together a number of UN ambassadors and set focus on the issue of prioritizing the use of limited resources in the global effort to mitigate the negative consequences of ten global challenges such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, hunger and climate change. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-unicef

The Copenhagen Consensus UNICEF meeting brought together a number of UN ambassadors and set focus on the issue of prioritizing the use of limited resources in the global effort to mitigate the negative consequences of ten global challenges such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, hunger and climate change. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-unicef

At “Bill Gates for a Day” participants had the possibility of spending their own “Bill Gates fortune,”by proposing suggestions on how the world's biggest problems should be solved. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/bill-gates-day

At “Bill Gates for a Day” participants had the possibility of spending their own “Bill Gates fortune,”by proposing suggestions on how the world's biggest problems should be solved. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/bill-gates-day

Copenhagen Consensus for Latin America and the Carribean took place in San José, Costa Rica, 22-25 October 2007. Over the course of three days, outstanding economists received in-depth knowledge about economic analyses by specialists on major challenges facing the region resulting in an overview and ranking of the best solutions to these challenges. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-latin-america

Copenhagen Consensus for Latin America and the Carribean took place in San José, Costa Rica, 22-25 October 2007. Over the course of three days, outstanding economists received in-depth knowledge about economic analyses by specialists on major challenges facing the region resulting in an overview and ranking of the best solutions to these challenges. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-latin-america

The second Copenhagen Consensus took place 25-30 May in Copenhagen. Once again, our Expert Panel tackled the question, Imagine you had $75 billion to donate to worthwhile causes. What would you do, and where should we start? The Panel released a prioritized list recommending how best to tackle ten of the world's most pressing issues. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-ii

The second Copenhagen Consensus took place 25-30 May in Copenhagen. Once again, our Expert Panel tackled the question, Imagine you had $75 billion to donate to worthwhile causes. What would you do, and where should we start? The Panel released a prioritized list recommending how best to tackle ten of the world's most pressing issues. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/copenhagen-consensus-ii

At the Denmark Consensus in 2009, Politiken and Copenhagen Consensus Center asked the Danish population and Politiken's readers to identify five of the biggest challenges facing Denmark today. Leading economists in the five areas then had two months to compile up-to-date analysis of the best solutions to the five challenges. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/denmark-consensus-2009

Organic Denmark: Denmark is leading the way in organic food. What can Americans learn from its success?

In 2009, Best Practice Papers were commissioned based on the top solutions on the expert panel's ranked list from Copenhagen Consensus 2008. The Best Practice Papers provide clear and focused empirical recommendations on the costs and benefits of implementing the solutions, and advice on how to do so. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/best-practice-papers-2009

In 2009, Best Practice Papers were commissioned based on the top solutions on the expert panel's ranked list from Copenhagen Consensus 2008. The Best Practice Papers provide clear and focused empirical recommendations on the costs and benefits of implementing the solutions, and advice on how to do so. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/best-practice-papers-2009

Even the wealthiest government, business, or individual has limited resources. A dollar spent in one place cannot be spent elsewhere. We are often asked by individuals: how can I make personal donations in line with Copenhagen Consensus findings? This Guide provides an answer. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/guide-giving

Even the wealthiest government, business, or individual has limited resources. A dollar spent in one place cannot be spent elsewhere. We are often asked by individuals: how can I make personal donations in line with Copenhagen Consensus findings? This Guide provides an answer. For more info visit: copenhagenconsensus.com/guide-giving


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