Regulatory planning and scenario analysis
Bespoke forecasts and scenarios to support the future of your business and understand the implications of regulations and public policy changes.Try for free
The depth of our data, the experience of our economists, our global modelling capabilities, and our IT expertise allow us to tailor data, forecasts, and scenarios to your exact specifications.
Questions We Can Help You Answer
How robust are my business plans or investment strategies?
What are the risks involved in entering a new market?
How do I analyse the implications of public policy changes on the performance of the local economy?
Customised for you
Oxford Economics is uniquely equipped to assist with your unique data and forecasting needs, leveraging the world's most extensive set of global forecast data and models and a global team of over 300 economists and analysts.
Understand how changes will impact you
Our world-leading Global Economic Model provides a rigorous and consistent forecasting and testing scenarios structure. Custom models are built to answer your specific questions and reflect your organisation’s strategic challenges.
Conduct scenario analysis for cities and regions
Global trends and events have local consequences and are affected by local and regional conditions. We can adapt our models to run scenarios at these detailed levels.
Examine the future of your industry or sector
We work with trade bodies, companies, and governments to help answer a wide variety of sector-specific questions, building custom models for market forecasting, doing competitive benchmarking, and a variety of other decision-making tools.
Global Scenarios Service
Explore the implications of key risks to the world economy.Find Out More
Solution for projecting credit losses under the CECL accounting standards.Find Out More
Quantifying the impact of policy changes and other risk events on industrial sectors.Find Out More
Modelling and Scenarios
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Global Scenarios Service
Quarterly updated macro scenarios for the global economy, exploring the implications of key risks to the world economy.
“To our knowledge the most robust, comprehensive, and timely world macroeconomic model is the Oxford Economics model. We tested multiple world models in 2011, Oxford towered above the competition. Bottom line, the Oxford Economics model is a mission-critical tool. Customer support and training is extensive, and the billing process is dramatically less painful compared to our other vendors.”
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