Frequently asked questions
How do I access my subscription?
Most users access their subscription content through MY OXFORD, which is the portal to all of our reports and databanks. From there you can also customise how you view our analysis, and set up email alerts.
1. Simple Login
To log in to MY OXFORD, click here or click the “Sign In” link on the link on the top right of this page. When prompted, enter your username and password.
2. Single Sign-On
- If you have an enterprise-wide account and your organisation has a single sign-on (SSO) agreement with Oxford Economics, then log in to MY OXFORD (click here).
- Type your work email address into the username field - a password is not required.
- Click the “Sign In” button to log in.
- First time users will automatically get a new, fully functional, subscription account created for them as part of the signing in process.
- SSO users inherit the same subscriptions of their company, whilst enjoying all the personalisation features of MY OXFORD services.
If you have lost your log–in credentials, please reset your password by following the instructions on the page here. If you should have access to MY OXFORD through your organisation’s subscription, contact us.
I forgot my password, how can I reset it?
Your password can be reset by following the instructions on the page here.
Where can I find a list of your webinars and events?
To sign up for an upcoming event or webinars, visit our Events page.
How do I subscribe? Can I get a free trial?
Free trial access is provided to qualified organisations only, To request a free trial, please complete the form on this page.
How do I add users or reallocate user access?
Your organisation may have a defined set of users. To reallocate these points of access, please contact us through our help desk contact form and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. We can also help you to add new users or services to your account.
How can I sign up for training on the model and other Oxford Economics software?
We hold regular training sessions for Model users. To register for an upcoming session, please check our calendar here. If you are not a client, and would like a demonstration of our modeling software, please complete our contact form and a representative will be in touch.
Who should I contact about an invoice?
For questions about an invoice, please complete our help desk contact form here. A service representative will respond as soon as possible.
What software is available to me as a client and where can I find download links?
In addition to providing forecasts and analysis, Oxford Economics also supplies the tools to analyse and present data, run scenarios, and set up direct feeds. If you are a client you may have access to these depending on your subscription. Click here for an overview of our software, or visit the databank and model help pages.
How can I report a technical issue or IT-related question?
If you are experiencing problems using or installing our software or web tools, please fill out our help desk contact form here with as much detail as you can provide. This will help us to quickly respond and get you back to work.
Does Oxford Economics have an API?
Yes, we are able to support clients who would like a direct and automated feed of our reports or data. To request more information on how to set up an API, please complete our help desk contact form.
How can I keep on top of latest software developments and version releases?
The Oxford Economics technology team are constantly innovating and adding new functions and features to our software and web-based tools. You can follow their updates in our TechLabs blog here.
I have seen an Oxford Economics paper in the media, where can I download a copy?
We maintain an archive of the economic impact and thought leadership work that we do for our clients and partners. Click here to open the archive.
How can I join your press list or request an interview?
To join our press list or to request an interview with one of our economists or analysts, contact us or complete the form in our press section.
I would like to talk to someone about licensing Oxford Economics data for use in a service or public website. Who should I talk with?
To license any of our content, please contact Marc Venditti in our Boston office.
Does Oxford Economics have a mobile app?
We have apps for both Android and Apple devices. To find out more or to download, please click here.