Recognising Oxford Economics
Over the years, our independent and global approach to forecasting and research has won us many awards. An emphasis on quantitative rigour combined with the calibre of our staff means that our approach consistently produces results, as evidenced by our top multi-year rankings in various forecast accuracy surveys and business awards.
Pulsenomics Home Price Expectations Survey
Oxford Economics ranked fourth for the Pulsenomics Home Price Survey in 2021.Read more on Pulsenomics' website
Corporate livewire innovation and excellence awards 2021
Oxford Economics is proud to announce that we have been awarded Economic Forecasting Specialists of the Year.Read more on our blog
FocusEconomics’ Best Economic Forecaster Awards ranks Oxford Economics top most consistently over the last two years
Oxford Economics is proud to announce that it has been ranked top in FocusEconomics' Best Economic Forecaster Awards over the past two years combined.Read more on our blog
Consensus Economics 2020 forecast accuracy award—Italy
Oxford Economics is proud to have been awarded the Consensus Economics 2020 award for forecast accuracy in Italy.
Bloomberg’s US economics forecast rankings: 2021
Oxford Economics placed in the Top Five in select underlying indicators and Top 20 overall in Bloomberg’s US Economics Forecast Rankings in each quarter of 2021.
Singapore business awards 2021
Oxford Economics is listed as the Best Global Economic Forecasting Specialists 2021 for Asia Pacific & Middle East.Read more on our blog
The Sunday Times HSBC international track 200
We're delighted that Oxford Economics has been included in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 for 2021.Read more on our blog
The Business Magazine: Thames Valley 250
We're delighted that Oxford Economics has been recognised in the Thames Valley 250 annual listing of the top privately owned businesses for 2021.
London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 companies to inspire Britain
Oxford Economics has been recognised in London Stock Exchange's annual 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report.Read more on our blog
FocusEconomics ranks Oxford Economics top consistently over the last three years
Oxford Economics has consistently scored higher than any other UK forecaster over the past three years in FocusEconomics' Best Economic Forecaster Awards.Read more on our blog
Sunday Times Smith League: Ranking of UK forecasters’ performance 2008-2019
Oxford Economics has consistently scored higher than any other UK forecaster over the past 10 years in the Sunday Times Smith League.
Consensus Economics 2019 forecast accuracy award—US
Oxford Economics is proud to have been awarded the Consensus Economics 2019 award for forecast accuracy in the United States.
Rybczynski prize: How robots change the world
Oxford Economics' Edward Cone, Richard Holt, Michael Zielenziger won the 2019/20 Society of Professional Economists Rybczynski Prize Essay Competition, with a fascinating piece on the impact of robots on regional inequalities. The Rybczynski Prize is awarded to the best piece of writing on economics.Read our award-winning essay
Consensus Economics 2018 forecast accuracy award—Spain
Oxford Economics is proud to have been awarded the Consensus Economics 2018 award for forecast accuracy in Spain.
2018 Wall Street Journal US economic outlook survey
Our US macroeconomics team ranked fourth in the 2018 Wall Street Journal Economic Outlook Survey for being the most accurate on the unemployment rate and GDP forecast out of 70 economists.
MarketWatch’s US forecaster of the month
We are proud to be recognised as MarketWatch’s US Forecaster of the Month for March 2019. According to MarketWatch, Oxford Economics “had the most accurate forecasts among 43 teams on three of the 10 indicators we track: the ISM manufacturing index, the consumer price index, and industrial production".
Bloomberg’s US economics forecast rankings: Q2 2019
Oxford Economics placed in the Top Five in select underlying indicators and Top 20 overall in Bloomberg’s US Economics Forecast Rankings for the second quarter of 2019.
Pulsenomics Home Price Survey
Oxford Economics ranked fifth for the Pulsenomics Home Price Survey in 2018, and placed fourth for the 2017-2018 period.
Oxford Economics’ Quarterly UK Conference: Nov 2021
On Wednesday 3rd November, Oxford Economics hosted its quarterly UK & Global Outlook Conference. This invite-only event for our key clients and prospects is always a thoroughly enjoyable opportunity to catch up with familiar faces and new ones, but this event was a particularly special one for us, since we were also celebrating Oxford Economics' 40th Anniversary!Find Out More
Society for Professional Economists Annual Dinner 2021
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, we were proud to sponsor the Society for Professional Economists Annual Dinner. John Walker, Chairman and Founder and Adrian Cooper, CEO of Oxford Economics, and several Oxford Economics senior directors were in attendance.Find Out More
World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC)
James Lambert participated and spoke virtually at the 2021 World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) in Shanghai on 8th July 2021 on What does AI mean for the accountancy sector? The event was also attended by other tech giants across the globe such as Microsoft, Alibaba Group and many more.Find Out More
Olivier Blanchard at our annual New York conference
Olivier Blanchard, Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund, spoke at our annual conference in New York alongside CEO Adrian Cooper and Chief US Economist Gregory Daco.Find Out More
1 out of 8
“We were drawn to working with Oxford Economics for its solid reputation and the strength of its research, and we’ve been particularly impressed with your ability to present this to governments and the media – it’s the reason we’d look for future opportunities to work together.”
2 out of 8
“Oxford Economics is synonymous with high-quality macroeconomic research. A compelling reason for us to subscribe to the new Real Estate Economic Forecasting Service.”
3 out of 8
“The Oxford Economics team carried out our macroeconomic port trade forecast out to 2050. The team was highly capable, worked with us closely, took on board feedback from internal and external stakeholders and we are very confident in the product. The Oxford Economics brand carries credibility in the market.”
4 out of 8
“The Oxford Economics team were great partners for our research project. They didn’t just deliver high quality work against a complex brief and to tight deadlines, they also brought strategic advice and guidance to enhance and improve the final product.”
5 out of 8
“CMHC’s Stress Testing and ORSA team has started this year using Oxford Economics for the purpose of stress-testing. Our experience has been very positive. The software is sound, intuitive and user friendly. But most of all, it allows the user to understand the links between the variables and for a certain degree of customization.”
6 out of 8
“We have been working in partnership with Oxford Economics since 2016, drawing on their economic expertise in delivering our quarterly ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor findings. Over time we have formed a close working relationship, with Oxford Economics providing us with excellent customer service and prompt but still considered responses under tight deadlines.”
7 out of 8
“Oxford Economics’ data and forecasts form the backbone of our demand models. The global consistency and granular detail available in their expansive dataset allows us to focus on the variables most relevant to our business.”
8 out of 8
“Working with the team is a real pleasure. I felt they were just as committed to the project as I was, both in terms of meeting the due dates and also delivering quality, well-written content. They were very communicative with the regular updates on process. Our survey was conducted at the height of the pandemic and the team proactively suggested adding new questions to address what was going on at that moment and delivering an intermediary report very quickly.”