Will consumer spending drive short-term growth?

Inflationary pressures are easing around the world but consumers in major cities are still facing varying challenges. In this webinar we explore which cities in Europe, Asia and North America will see spending rise fastest, and how this will affect their broader economies. We will also dig a little deeper into some of the risks to consumers including from housing, interest rates, and debt.

Dmitriy Gruzinov

Lead Economist, Cities & Regions

Dmitriy Gruzinov

Lead Economist, Cities & Regions

London, United Kingdom

Dmitriy Gruzinov is a Lead Economist at Oxford Economics, primarily responsible for managing the European Cities Forecasting service. He has extensive knowledge of sub-national data analysis and modelling, and has worked on a wide range on consultancy projects. Another key area of his expertise is modelling national and regional consumer spending by detailed categories.

Dmitriy graduated from the University of Bath, where he first obtained a BSc (Hons) Economics degree and then a distinction in MSc Economics and Finance. During his placement year Dmitriy worked at Cambridge Econometrics, where he gained his first experience of economic analysis.

Scott McEwan

Senior Economist, Cities & Regions

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Senior Economist, Cities & Regions

London, United Kingdom

Scott joined the company in September 2013 as part of the data team working on the African cities and Global Cities forecasting services. He is now responsible for producing sub-national forecasts for the Asian and China Cities and Regional Forecasting Services. Scott graduated from the University of Manchester with a MSc in Economics.

Stephen Adams

Senior Economist

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Senior Economist

Stephen Adams specialises in regional and local forecasting. He is responsible for Oxford Economics’ Canada City Service as well contributing to the European and Global Cities products.

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