A fully integrated forecasting and scenarios framework
Economic insights, modelling, and analysis for the public sector
National, regional, and city governments need access to advanced quantitative and modelling tools, reliable data and forecasts for key economic drivers, as well as analysis of trends in global industrial production, energy and commodity prices.
To help government leaders understand the challenges, opportunities and risks ahead, our team of 200 economists and industry experts draw on the latest models and analytical tools to provide valuable decision support on some of today’s most critical issues that face the public sector, including:
The world’s most widely used framework for macroeconomic simulations, the Global Economic Model covers 80 countries. The tool can be used to address strategic questions related to a wide range of economic topics, and provides our base scenario along with various alternative scenarios to support tailored analysis.
Macro level country economic forecasting for over 200 countries, covering between 400 to 500 indicators per country with a 25 year forecast. In addition to providing core macroeconomic data, the service covers a wealth of consumer data for many countries on a national level, including household size, household disposable income, demographic data, and consumer spending by product and service.
Global scenarios, with quarterly-updated upside and downside scenarios to assess their impact on 80 countries, trade blocs, and the global economy.
City forecasts for 4,000 urban centres across all major world regions, the most complete set of cities forecasts available. Forecasts are produced in conjunction with our Global Economic Model which ensures that developments in the global economy have a direct influence on the outlook for city and regional economies.
Demand forecasts for key industries, including for consumer goods, electronics and computers, and intermediate goods.
Consultancy to evaluate the impact of policy change Our capabilities range from evaluating the effects of past policy changes to building state-of-the-art models to simulate economy-wide impacts.
Select government clients
Bank of Japan, Bank of Korea, Bank of Thailand, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, People's Bank of China, Schweizerische Nationalbank, Central Bank of Mexico, African Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, Fiscal Policy Office of Indonesia, Bappenas, BC Ministry of International Trade, US Department of Agriculture, Cabinet Office Japan, City of London, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Environment Canada, Invest Hong Kong, JETRO, OECD, Organization of American States, Ministère des Affaires Étrangères.
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