Manufacturing is a critical contributor to national prosperity and a key driver of economic growth. Facing disruptive innovation and government regulations, manufacturers must embrace technological advancements, anticipate economic risks, and manage complex global supply chains to increase productivity and maintain competitiveness.
How we help
Understand global supply chain, geopolitical, and operational risk exposure in markets around the world through our dedicated risk service, forecast data, and macro and industry scenarios.
Use Oxford Economics’ forecast data and scenarios to project performance and income generation under different economic and regulatory environments.
Track how changes in tariffs, import/export quotas, and other protectionist measures would impact national economies, industry sectors and even internationally exposed regional economies, such as cities and states.
Establish expertise and authority within the sector with industry insights, highlighting emerging best practices or disruptive innovations, and demonstrate thought leadership.
Monitor the macroeconomic environment for signs of economic downturn or increased activity that might signal a risk or opportunity.
Demonstrate economic impact or social value to show the impact activities have on economic prosperity, job creation and public finances.
Bespoke Business Forecasting
We are here to support your corporate planning and strategic decision making with customised solutions that are tailored to your requirements.Find Out More
Commodity Price Forecasts
Monthly reports on commodity price trends and forecasts, as well as weekly briefings on the latest price action.Find Out More
Global Industry Service
Gain insights into the impact of economic developments on industrial sectors.Find Out More
Global Macro Strategy Service
Global insight and opportunity at your fingertips.Find Out More
Modelling and Scenarios
Bespoke research to help you make informed decisions.Find Out More
Global Sustainability Model
Accurately measure your organisation's global footprint through economic, environmental and social lenses, identify risks and develop strategies to become more sustainable.Find Out More
Elevating the strategic value of procurement
Oxford Economics and SAP conducted robust global research to understand Procurement’s influence on the organisation, the current state of supplier collaboration, and the impact of technology and process digitisation in the procurement function.
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Resources and Events
Enabling North American Graphite Growth
As Consumer and Business Spending Slows, Which Sectors Will Grow in 2024?
Machine tools boosted by US fiscal policies and tech spending
Commodities Key Themes 2024 – Another year of price weakness for metals
Asia’s medium term growth outlook and its implications for major cities
A health-check on China’s real estate and construction industries: Are we still on life support?
The mitigating circumstances around EM public debt threats
Sailing ahead: how cruise supply will help to sustain demand recovery
BAE Systems’ Contribution to the UK Economy
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