A rigorous, consistent structure for forecasting and modelling
Oxford Economics' Global Economic Model provides advanced decision support that can be used to address strategic questions related to a wide range of economic topics, such as the impact on global growth of oil-price spikes, the economic and financial fallout of countries leaving the Eurozone, and how a decline in China’s growth would hurt the global economy. The model provides our base scenario along with various alternatives to support a tailored analysis.
What the service includes
- Fully integrated global economic model. Individual country models are fully linked through global assumptions about trade, exchange rates, competitiveness, capital markets, interest rates, commodity prices and internationally traded goods and services.
- Extensive country coverage. A full 47 economies are examined in detail; the rest of the world economy is covered in six trading blocs so that global GDP and trade are fully modeled.
- Monthly updates. Each month clients receive all the latest economic data and our baseline forecast.
- 5-, 10- or 25-year baseline projections. Users can choose to receive medium- or long-term forecasts.
- User-friendly software. You can change key economic variables to produce new forecasts or economic scenarios, add new variables and equations to the model or download data and charts to spreadsheets and presentations.
- Comprehensive training and support. We provide in-house training for new subscribers and offer regular seminars for model users. Our economists are on hand to help by telephone, web conference and e-mail.
- Monthly Global Economic Reviews. You'll also receive insightful reports highlighting the key issues and risks facing the global economy, including our well-respected global forecasts and scenarios.