The Economic Council

Greenland’s Economic Council provides independent analyses of the Greenlandic economy for Naalakkersuisut (the Government of Greenland) and development of policy. The task of the Economic Council is to carry out regular assessments of economic trends and of the sustainability of Greenland’s economic policy. Naalakkersuisut established the Economic Council in 2009.

The Chairmanship of the Economic council consists of six people with a Chairman, Vice Chairman and four council members, all of whom are appointed by Naalakkersuisut.

In addition to the Chairmanship, the Economic Council comprises members from interest organisations, the Naalakkersuisut administration, and research institutions. Members representing organisations and research institutions are appointed by the organisations concerned. Naalakkersuisut appoint the other members.
The members of the Council can submit comments on the content of reports and other publications, although the Chairmanship holds the sole responsibility for the final content.

The Ministry of Finance carries out the secretariat function for the Council.
The Economic Council can be reached via email: oer@nanoq.gl

The Economic Council report 2021
The Economic Council spring report 2021
The Economic Council report 2020
The Economic Council spring report 2020
The Economic Council report 2019
The Economic Council report 2018
The Economic Council report 2017
The Economic Council report 2016
The Economic Council report 2015
The Economic Council report 2014
The Economic Council report 2013