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Understanding climate change from a global to local perspective

Join us as we bring together important perspectives and analysis on climate change for US policy-makers and business decision-makers. Lead Economist Alex Mackle will explain our recent research on modelling the economic impact of climate change, climate change scenarios, and our new Global Climate Service. Senior Economist Barbara Denham will discuss the potential impact on population growth and demographics for US states and metros. Ben Wright, Senior Research Manager for Thought Leadership, will share key findings and best practices from our most recent studies with SAP, the Consumer Technology Association, and EY on how companies should re-think their approach to climate change and make their operations more sustainable.

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Alex Mackle

Lead Economist

Alex Mackle

Lead Economist

Alex Mackle | Lead Economist

 

Alex Mackle is a Lead Economist in the US Macro Consulting team based in New York. Alex focuses on scenarios and stress testing, as well as CECL/IFRS9 scenarios. He also frequently gives training sessions on the Global Economic Model, focusing on scenarios and stress testing capabilities. Prior to joining the US Macro Consulting team in 2017, Alex worked in the Scenarios team in London, contributing to the Global Scenario Service and various stress testing exercises. He has also worked on several modelling projects, including a macro model for the Central Bank of Oman.

Barbara Byrne Denham

Senior Economist

Barbara Byrne Denham

Senior Economist

Barbara Byrne Denham| Senior Economist

 

Barbara Denham is a senior economist at Oxford Economics. Barbara brings a seasoned approach to the study of U.S. cities and regions. She works in Oxford Economics’ division of regional analysis where she will lead in writing reports on US metros and states. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, she worked six years for Moody’s Analytics REIS where she did similar work and wrote a number of white papers covering metro-level analyses including the Impact of the Tax and Jobs Act on Commercial Real Estate; Amazon HQ2, a Scoring Analysis; and the Real Estate of College Towns.

Ben Wright

Senior Research Manager, Thought Leadership

Ben Wright

Senior Research Manager, Thought Leadership

Ben Wright | Senior Research Manager, Thought Leadership

 

Ben Wright supports global research studies for the Thought Leadership group. A member of the team since 2014, Ben has developed and supported projects on subjects including cloud computing, workforce development, risk management, and the future of money. As a New York-based Associate Editor, Ben is involved in all aspects of the research process, from development and research of proposals, to survey drafting and analysis, to publicizing deliverables through social media and infographics. Ben’s experience in both design and writing allows him to work seamlessly between the two realms to communicate Oxford Economics’ research and expertise in the clearest and most effective manner.

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