Custom solutions from a wealth of information
Our regularly updated analysis and forecasts for 2,600 cities and regions across the world are produced in conjunction with the Oxford Economics’ Global Economic Model. This ensures developments in the global economy, such as the strength of world trade and investment cycles, as well as domestic factors such as government policy, directly influence the outlook for city and regional economies. The forecasts are updated quarterly to ensure they incorporate the most up-to-date city and regional information, as well as the latest Oxford Economics’ view of future growth prospects.
Oxford Economics is able to draw on this wealth of information to provide tailored solutions for clients. Whilst this bespoke work normally builds upon the existing city and regional models and forecasts, we always customise the analysis to provide the answers to key questions posed by our clients.
Our economists have a reputation for objectivity and a wealth of experience in all aspects of city and regional research. We recognise that cities and regions are facing new challenges as the global economy evolves. And this has profound implications for policy, strategy and investment. Projects include regional economic analysis and profiling, scenario planning, sector and impact studies, regional benchmarking and strategy, regeneration and investment planning, and policy development. Each engagement will see our experienced team draw on a range of research techniques including modelling and forecasting, third-party consultations, surveys, case studies and analysis of client and proprietary data.