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Aaron Goldring

Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

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Aaron Goldring

Senior Economist, Tourism Economics

Belfast, United Kingdom

Abby Samp

Director, Industry Subscription Services

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Abby Samp

Director, Industry Subscription Services

London, United Kingdom

Abby is the Director of Global Industry Subscription Services, where she oversees service developments, helps shape the global industry overview and monitors and updates the forecast for the high-tech sector. Abby manages developments to Oxford Economics’ Global Industry Model (GIM), has extensive experience in modelling and scenario-based project work.

Abby has a BASc in Economics from McGill University in Montreal, where she graduated with great distinction and received the Hubert Marleau prize for top marks in economics. She also holds an MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she graduated with distinction."

Abigail Rosenbaum

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

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Abigail Rosenbaum

Associate Director, Real Estate Economics

Boston, United States

As a member of the REES team at Oxford Economics, Abby brings 20 years’ worth of experience to the study of the real estate industry. At Oxford Economics, she focuses on real estate trends for the five major property types in the US and Canada. The crux of her forecasting and analytic real estate background comes from her decade long career at CBRE Econometric Advisors where she was in charge of metro-level forecasts and analysis for the retail and hotel sectors in the US. She has also worked at Barings and UBS where she was an integral member of their research teams.

Abby holds a bachelor’s in mathematics from Union College and a master’s in economics from the University of Connecticut.

Adam Currie

Economist, Economic Impact

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Adam Currie

Economist, Economic Impact

London, United Kingdom

Adam is an Economist within the Economic Impact Consulting team, having joined as a graduate in September 2021. Since joining, Adam has been involved in a number of economic impact assessments for a diverse range of clients including the World Travel and Tourism Council, the Aerospace Technology Institute, and British American Tobacco.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Adam worked as a Research Assistant for the Fraser of Allander Institute in Glasgow, Scotland, alongside his postgraduate studies. There, he produced Social Accounting Matrices (SAMs) for the UK and Scottish economies and prepared data for modelling. Adam also has experience in the US as a summer Analyst with Liberty Mutual Insurance, where he evaluated agent performance and assisted decision-making. Adam holds both a BA (Hons) in Economics & Finance and a MSc in Applied Economics with Distinction from the University of Strathclyde.

Adam Sacks

President, Tourism Economics

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Adam Sacks

President, Tourism Economics

Philadelphia, United States

Adam Sacks is the founder and President of Tourism Economics, an Oxford Economics company dedicated to understanding the relationship between travel and the economy.

For more than two decades, Adam has worked with destinations, industry associations, and companies around the world in the areas of opportunity and risk assessments, policy analysis, and economic impact.

He is an authority on measuring the economic impact of visitor activity and has analyzed the impacts of cruising, gaming, timeshare, hotels, new attractions and destination marketing. Adam's work has provided the foundation for billions of dollars in capital investment decisions by hotel companies, developers, and investors. Destination marketing organizations around the world rely on Tourism Economics data and scenario models to inform global marketing investment allocations.

Adam also supports trade associations in the aviation, hotel, and broader travel arena with forecasts widely considered to be an industry standard. Adam's work has influenced critical government policies in the areas of travel facilitation, taxation, and tourism promotion initiatives. Adam regularly presents to corporate strategic planning teams on the threats and opportunities facing their businesses and is a member of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Travel & Tourism Advisory Board.

Adam Slater
Adam Slater

Lead Economist

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Adam Slater

Adam Slater

Lead Economist

Oxford, United Kingdom

Adam Slater is a lead economist at Oxford Economics, responsible for contributing to and helping to communicate Oxford Economics' global macroeconomic view, including writing for and helping edit regular publications. He has a particular interest in developments in financial markets. Before joining Oxford Economics, Adam spent more than ten years working as an economist and strategist in the City of London for Nomura, Rabobank, and Calyon.

Adrian Cooper

Chief Executive Officer

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Adrian Cooper

Chief Executive Officer

London, United Kingdom

Adrian Cooper is responsible for coordinating and managing Oxford Economics' global economic analysis, forecasting and consultancy activities, and overseeing its global team of over 450 professionals including 300 economists and analysts. He has led Oxford Economics' work on a wide array of consultancy projects, ranging from policy advice to government departments in Europe, the US, Africa, and Asia to detailed analysis of the economic impact of particular industries and investment proposals.

Adrian spent the first seven years of his career with HM Treasury, England. During this time, he worked on the analysis of tax and other economic policy changes as part of the preparations for the UK Budget. He was also the coordinator of the government's macroeconomic forecast for two years.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 1994, Adrian was UK economist for James Capel & Company, responsible for analysing and forecasting the UK economy for institutional investors, as well as briefing Capel's own traders. Adrian was educated at the University of Bristol, England, where he gained a first-class degree in Economics; and at the London School of Economics and Political Science, England, where he achieved a distinction in the MSc in Economics and won the Ely Devons prize for outstanding performance in the degree examinations.

Adrian Hart

Head of Construction & Infrastructure Consulting, OE Australia

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Adrian Hart

Head of Construction & Infrastructure Consulting, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Adrian has over 23 years of economic analysis and consulting experience with Oxford Economics Australia, focusing on the infrastructure, building, maintenance and mining industries. Adrian has undertaken a wide range of consultancy projects for the public and private sector based on his detailed understanding of construction, mining and maintenance markets, their drivers and outlooks, the range of organisations operating in this space and the issues they face.

This work includes deeper industry liaison, contractor and competitive analysis, pipeline analysis, demand and cost escalation forecasting, and industry capacity and capability projects for the public and private sector. He is the lead author of major reports but also undertakes briefings and workshops for senior management, board members and industry associations, leads in-depth stakeholder consultation, and facilitates and chairs roundtables between government and industry.

Aedan McCotter

Associate Director, City Services

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Aedan McCotter

Associate Director, City Services

Belfast, United Kingdom

Aedan McCotter is an Associate Director at Oxford Economics. He is responsible for running the US Cities and Regions Forecasting Service. He has extensive experience in regional forecasting, model building and economic analysis, and has also worked on a wide range of consultancy projects. Aedan graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 2009 with first-class honours in BSc Finance, receiving the Financial Times award for top overall graduate, before later obtaining an MSc with distinction, also from Queen’s. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Aedan worked as a Fund Accountant in the Financial Reporting department at Bank of Ireland Securities Services.

Agata Salabura

Administration Manager

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Agata Salabura

Administration Manager

Oxford, United Kingdom

Agata is an Administration Manager who joined the team in January 2017. Throughout all these years Agata has been working in administration in the Oxford office, looking after the UK, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Ahmed Salah

Global Head of Human Resources

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Ahmed Salah

Global Head of Human Resources

London, United Kingdom

Ahmed works in delivering comprehensive HR solutions that are aligned with overall business objectives. He is leading global HR teams, establishing HR functions, and improving HR processes and systems. By utilizing data-driven insights and a collaborative approach, Ahmed focuses on building diverse and high-performing teams through strategic planning and inclusive recruitment strategies.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Ahmed gained over a decade of experience working for various multinational companies in designing and implementing HR strategies, policies, and systems. With a proven track record of delivering results, he has successfully established and led global HR teams, managed HR operations, and provided guidance on talent functions such as recruitment, compensation, and benefits management. With a passion for technology, innovation, inclusivity, and strategic planning, Ahmed has been able to achieve successful outcomes across various HR functions.

Akanksha Samdani
Akanksha Samdani

Senior Economist, EMEA Macro Consulting

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Akanksha Samdani

Akanksha Samdani

Senior Economist, EMEA Macro Consulting

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Akanksha Samdani is a Senior Economist at Oxford Economics, based in Dubai office. She joined the team in 2021. She contributes to economic modelling and statistical projects as part of her work on the EMEA Macro Consultancy Team. She also contributes to Oxford’s subscription services as a member of the Middle East forecasting team, covering Kuwait and Iraq. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Akanksha worked with one of the top mutual fund houses in India and the Reserve Bank of India.

Alba Lentini

Client Relationship Executive

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Alba Lentini

Client Relationship Executive

Milan, Italy

Alba Lentini is a Client Relationship Executive based in our Milan Office. She worked for an International Professional Services firm in Milan prior to relocating to UAE where she worked as a Sales Specialist with a leading provider of logistic services.

Alba holds a degree in foreign languages specialising in Arabic Language and Institution of the MENA Region, and a master's degree in International Relations.

She also attended a master’s degree Program in Communication for International Relations at the IULM University of Milan.

Alessandro Theiss

Associate Director

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Alessandro Theiss

Associate Director

London, United Kingdom

Alessandro works within the Scenarios and Financial Modelling Team. He oversees financial modelling projects and Oxford Economics’ IFRS 9 service that supports clients across the globe with calculating expected losses. He also specializes in building bespoke economic models for clients. Alessandro previously worked as a Senior Economist within Oxford Economics’ Global Macro team, forecasting the Chinese economy and writing research publications for the macro service for asset managers interested in timely, independent analysis and evidence-based research.

Before joining Oxford Economics in 2013, he gained work experiences in the research department of Deutsche Bank in the Economic and European policy issues team and at the Investment Bank division of UBS in the economic research team for Switzerland. Alessandro completed his MSc in Economics and Finance at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain) and a BSc in Economics from Bocconi University (Italy). He is fluent in English, German and Italian.

Alex Holmes
Alex Holmes

Lead Economist

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Alex Holmes

Alex Holmes

Lead Economist

Singapore

Alex Holmes is focused on the economies of South and Southeast Asia, including detailed country-level analysis as well as research into broader regional trends. Alex has several years of experience in macroeconomic research, with more than half of that time focused on Asia.

Prior to Oxford Economics, he spent much of his career at Capital Economics, following stints at ICAP, Barclays Bank and the UK Government Economics Service.

Alex Hooper

Lead Economist, OE Australia

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Alex Hooper

Lead Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Alex has over 6 years of economic consulting experience, working with senior internal and external stakeholders to develop quantitative and qualitative approaches for a range of strategic investments and interventions across Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Alex has undertaken a wide range of consulting projects for the public and private sectors including the viability of major new infrastructure initiatives in transport, arts and culture; strategic analysis of new city developments; the economic and social impact of innovative investment programs and recently advising a Middle Eastern government on the impact of once in a generation fiscal reform.

Alex Koutalistras

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

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Alex Koutalistras

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Alex became part of the Asia Construction team in 2022, where he works as an economic analyst. In the team, Alex is responsible for forecasting building and construction activity and publishing reports for various countries across the Asia service.

Alex holds an Honours in Economics with distinction from the University of Technology, Sydney, where he completed a behavioural economic thesis analysing the ways in which people make economic decisions in situations where they are guaranteed a loss.

Alex Mackle

Corporate Advisory Engagement Lead

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Alex Mackle

Corporate Advisory Engagement Lead

New York, United States

Alex Mackle is a Corporate Advisory Engagement Lead 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.

Alexandra Hermann

Lead Economist, Asia Macro

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Alexandra Hermann

Lead Economist, Asia Macro

London, United Kingdom

Alexandra is a Lead Economist on the Industry team where she is responsible for sectoral forecasts for the chemicals and pharmaceuticals industry and helps develop the team’s view on the global industrial outlook. She has also supported macroeconomic consulting projects such as developing scenario analyses for Accenture. Her role also involves contributing to bespoke industry consulting projects across a range of sectors such as chemicals, machinery, and energy.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Alexandra worked as an economic consultant for Cornerstone Research for over two years. At Cornerstone Research, she was involved in conducting qualitative research and quantitative analyses to support expert testimony in high-stakes litigation cases across a variety of sectors including energy, pharmaceuticals, and financial markets. Alexandra holds an MPhil in Economics from Oxford University and a BSc in Economics from the University of Mannheim. Alexandra is fluent in English and German.

Alice Gambarin

Lead Economist, Economic Impact

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Alice Gambarin

Lead Economist, Economic Impact

New York, United States

Alice is part of Oxford Economics’ consulting division in the Americas, focusing on delivering socio-economic impact studies to clients across the continent.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Alice worked in the Housing Analysis Division at the UK Department for Work and Pensions, where she was involved in policy evaluation and data analysis. Alice holds a BA (Hons) and MSc (Hons) in Economic and Social Sciences from Bocconi University, Italy.

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