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Martin Ågerup

President and CEO of the Centre for Political Studies (CEPOS)

Martin Agerup is president and CEO of Centre for Political Studies (CEPOS), an independent Think Tank based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is Bachelor of Science in Economics and Economic History from the University of Bristol and MA in Economics from the University of Exeter. He is a former research fellow at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies and former president of the Danish Academy for Futures Studies.

"One of the most cited opinion leaders in Denmark"

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In detail

Martin has worked as a speaker, columnist and consultant before co-founding CEPOS in 2004. He has authored and co-authored several bestselling Danish books about a broad range of issues, including global business trends and the environment. Martin has appeared in all major Danish electronic media and is one of the most cited opinion leaders in Danish print media. Internationally, his articles have appeared in Washington Journal Europe and the Daily Telegraph.

What he offers you

Martin explains in great detail to organisations how to be competitive and still exercise corporate social responsibility. He explains how to deal with anti-capitalist, anti-technology and anti-globalization sentiments as well as focusing on positive change management and the upside of the impact for businesses of climate change.

How he presents

Focused, challenging and well-prepared, Martin tailors his presentations to suit each individual event. He follows each seminar with a valuable question and answers session and always inspires audiences.


He presents in English and Danish.

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  • Making Change Happen? Why is it so Difficult?
  • Why am I Always Short on Time?
  • Doomsday is Cancelled
  • Growth and Prosperity in the 21st Century
  • Climate Change
  • Free Market and Pro-technology Environmentalism


  • 2004
    The Impacts of Climate Change: An Appraisal for the Future

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