BIS Oxford Economics is Australia’s leading provider of economic research, analysis and forecasting services. Following the acquisition of BIS Shrapnel in 2017, BIS Oxford Economics now have unparalleled capabilities in helping clients to understand risks and opportunities in both the local and global economies.
Our Australian Office
Our Sydney office is home to 50 of Australia's leading economists and industry experts. We specialise in a variety of consulting capabilities, including economic impact, thought leadership, and cost escalation forecasts.
Award-winning Australian economic and industry forecasts
Based conveniently in Sydney's Circular Quay, our economists are always available to discuss global and domestic trends with our clients.
Meet the team
Our team have extensive industry, financial, and public-sector experience, and are experts at applying advanced and innovative economic and research tools to provide valuable insights into today’s most pressing business, financial, and policy issues.
BIS Oxford Economics now have unparalleled capabilities in helping clients to understand issues across over 100 sectors at the granular local area through to the global economy.
In addition to the considerable experience we have gained through forecasting in Australia for over 50 years we can leverage the Oxford Economics Group capabilities around the world. Through understanding the detailed bottom up factors in addition to understanding the global economy and the transmission channels in and out of Australia give us a unparalleled understanding of what drives the Australia Economy at the macro, city and sectoral level.
We are award-winning economic forecasters. 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 shown by our high top multi-year ranking in various forecast accuracy surveys.
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Australia Macro Service
In-depth insights and analysis of key domestic and global trends, enabling clients to make better strategic decisions, manage risks and take advantage of newly-developing opportunities in a fast-changing economic environment.Find Out More
Global Scenarios Service
Explore the implications of key risks to the world economy.Find Out More
Global Construction Service
Understand and shape the future of the global construction and engineering industry.Find Out More
Can the strength in Australian industrial property be sustained?
Industrial property across Australia’s eastern seaboard markets has been a standout performer over the last few years. In the occupancy markets, demand is strong, supercharged by pandemic-related drivers. Industrial property construction is also high, but not enough to prevent a rapid reduction in vacancies, driving rental growth.
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Pre-emptive debt restructuring: a viable scenario for fragile African sovereigns?
Positioning for a shallow recession
Australia Macro Service
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