Oxford Economics Group
The Oxford Economics Group of companies includes firms that provide expertise in forecasting and modelling for specific geographical areas and sectors, in addition to the core global capabilities of Oxford Economics.
BIS Oxford Economics
BIS Oxford Economics is Australia's leading provider of industry research, analysis and forecasting services. Through the combination of its local methodologies and international insights, BIS Oxford Economics helps clients better understand the global economy and markets in which they operate through reliable and detailed market data, analysis of developments and drivers, and thoroughly researched forecasts.
Tourism Economics has vast experience in providing actionable and credible analysis of the tourism sector. Hundreds of destinations and companies have trusted our staff to help them make better marketing, investment, and policy decisions. We work closely with our clients to assist in the interpretation and application of our analysis to the real decisions facing them.
Stone & McCarthy Research Associates
SMRA has a longstanding reputation for providing independent research and analysis to central banks, buy-side firms, prominent hedge funds, insurance companies, sell-side firms, and corporations. Insights are provided within the context of comprehensive knowledge of the US economy and financial markets gained at securities dealers, major institutional investment houses, government agencies, central banks, and universities.
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Oxford Economics Africa
South Africa-based Oxford Economics Africa has a strong reputation for independence and quality, and employs a highly qualified team of economists, econometricians, quantitative analysts, political analysts, and editors. All are experts in their field and have decades of experience in covering Africa, ensuring that insights are provided within the context of comprehensive knowledge of the African continent, its history, and each country’s unique political and economic setting.
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