Help and FAQs
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Frequently asked questions
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Who should I contact about an invoice?
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How can I report a technical issue or IT-related question?
If you are experiencing problems using or installing our software or web tools, please fill out our help desk contact form with as much detail as you can provide.Contact the helpdesk
Does Oxford Economics have an application programming interface (API)?
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How can I keep on top of the latest software developments and version releases?
The Oxford Economics technology team are constantly innovating and adding new functions and features to our software. Follow our blog to learn more.Follow our blog
I have seen an Oxford Economics paper in the media. Where can I download a copy?
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I want discuss licensing Oxford Economics data for use in a service or public website. Who should I speak with?
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How to use the Excel Data Workstation
A simple but powerful add-in for accessing databanks directly within Excel. Find out more
How to use our models
- Software and data download (log-in required)
Global Model Workstation
Once you have created your own economic scenarios using the Global Economic Model, use the Global Model Workstation to explore, visualise, and export data from those scenarios.
To install the software, download a Model release from our website and run it as you would normally. After the Model files have been installed, you will have the option to install the Workstation.
- User guide (log-in required)
- Instructional videos