Individual country models are fully linked through global assumptions about trade volume and prices, competitiveness, capital flows, interest and exchange rates, and commodity prices.
Global Economic Model
Build your own scenarios to measure the impact of economic shocks
About the Global Economic Model
Oxford Economics’ Global Economic Model provides a rigorous and consistent structure for forecasting and testing scenarios. A globally integrated economic model covering 85 countries, it can be used to address questions on a wide range of economic topics such as the impact of oil price changes, or the effects of slower Chinese growth. The model forms the foundation of all of our country, industry, and city forecasts.
Advanced software allows you to build your own scenarios quickly, export data sets, and view outputs in dashboards, heat maps, or charts. The model can be customised to reflect your organisation’s own strategic challenges.
What the Service Includes
Each month clients receive all the latest economic data and our baseline forecast.
You can choose to receive medium or long-term forecasts.
Quickly build scenarios, export data, load pre-defined scenarios, and present data as charts, heat maps & dashboards. Find out more: Global Model Workstation software
We provide clients with in-house and online training and also offer regular webinars for model users.
The only model that fully integrates 85 global economies plus the Eurozone.
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