Unique tools for projecting economic risks and market changes for key industries
Oxford ’s Global Economic and Industry Models provide a unique set of tools for conducting rigorous "what if" scenario analysis, looking at the implications of both key economic risks and market changes for 100 different sectors and sub-sectors across nearly 70 countries.
Issues the Models can address include:
- How hard would a disintegration of the Eurozone affect the performance of key industries globally ?
- What would be the implications for manufacturing if oil prices hit $200 per barrel?
- Which sectors are hardest hit by fiscal austerity measures?
- How would a hard landing in China affect the world economy? How would it affect energy and commodity markets?
What could generate a revival in US manufacturing?
You can use our scenarios to test the robustness of your business plans or investment strategies; to consider the risks involved in entering a new market; or to satisfy the requirements of your organisation’s regulators to conduct robust stress tests.
In addition, Oxford Economics can develop new industry models on your behalf, or provide enhancements to our existing models to address the issues you need to analyse. We have worked in this way to provide detailed systems to forecast clients’ product sales, costs and prices, advertising revenues, talent needs, vulnerability to economic shocks and much more.
Our models are delivered in a very user-friendly format, with full training and ongoing support from our economists. Or we can operate the models for you as an outsourced economics resource to provide the insight you need to inform your business decisions.