Our complete suite of industry forecasts and scenarios, by country and industry
The databank presents historical data from 1980 and forecasts to 2040 for 69 countries and 14 regions and trading blocs. We use an integrated global model, which means that our industry data and forecasts are fully consistent with our world macroeconomic forecasts, and now include forecasts by sector under alternate risk scenarios. The web-based databank offers powerful charting and analytical capabilities, together with information on source of data and date of update. Industrial sectors are organised by NACE (revision 2) categories.
What the service includes
- Coverage of the world's most important developed and emerging markets. Our global industry forecasts cover 69 nations and 14 regions and trading blocs, where most of world business is conducted. The service spans all regions, including the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. Regional aggregates are included.
- Broad, long-range coverage of all major manufacturing sectors. For each country, we cover 85 goods-producing industries, ten service sectors and other relevant series, such as car and truck production and registration, stock of cars on the road and investment in equipment and other assets. The service includes 30 years of historical data and 25 years of forecasts.
- Precise forecasting methodology. Our industry forecasts are derived from our global economic and industry models. Our Global Industry Model forecasts output across industries from our latest monthly economic global forecasts.
- Scenario analysis. Implications of key risk events developed by Oxford’s Global Scenario Service can now be analysed across all sectors and countries. For ease of use, the data can be queried by scenario (to compare the relative impact of a given risk event on a broad cross-section of sectors) or by industry (to compare the relative magnitude across multiple risk scenarios for one or more sectors.
- Advanced functionality. The web-based databank enables users to save queries, make multiple selections of variables and countries, and achieve fast downloads to Excel or Adobe Acrobat. The databank also has graphical, presentational, and statistical capabilities. It includes industry series (levels, percentage, differences) from 1980 to 2040, annually or quarterly for all countries.