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As the global leader in economic impact analysis, Oxford Economics has worked with clients worldwide, across all sectors, to demonstrate the contribution their activities make to economic prosperity, job creation and public finances.

Questions We Can Help You Answer


How can I demonstrate concrete evidence of my organisation's positive economic impact on the government?


How can I quantify my company's contribution to society as an accomplishment of CSR activities?


What evidence can I provide to persuade stakeholders to make strategic decisions?

How we can help you

Our work spans the public, private and not-for-profit sectors and helps clients demonstrate impact and value, and establish trust and credibility

Demonstrate your economic impact

For academic institutions, trade bodies and leading multinationals, our impact studies demonstrate how your work contributes to GDP, employment, and tax revenues.

Highlight social and economic value

Economic techniques such as Total Economic Value and Social Return on Investment enable us to quantify the value created by your organisation that goes beyond GDP.

Explore impact locally, nationally, globally

Our world-leading models allow us to quantify your economic impact in a host of different geographies more comprehensively than conventional methodologies.

Case studies

A unique policy-driven impact scenario for CHIPS Act

How Oxford Economics engaged the world’s largest chip manufacturers to develop an industry-wide impact assessment of the CHIPS and Sciences Act.

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Achieving net zero advocacy goals

Highlighting the economic opportunities the energy transition presents and the consequences of not grasping them.

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Exploring the implications of higher pension contributions

Many households fail to save adequately for retirement. Using in-house models, the study assesses the impact of higher pension contributions on both pension savings and UK economic growth.

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The cost of US-China decoupling

Trade protectionism between the US and China has been intensifying over recent years, and this is increasingly raising concerns of an adverse economic fallout among businesses. In our latest Techonomics Talks, David Schockenhoff, Head of US Macro Consulting, examines these concerns and the potential economic fallout.

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