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Ruchira Ray

Lead Economist, OE Australia

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Ruchira Ray

Lead Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Ruchira joined BIS Oxford Economics in 2019, in macroeconomic consulting. Ruchira has worked on several buy side and sell side Due Diligence projects for assets spanning energy, transport, and real-estate. Additionally, Ruchira leads our climate change consulting team in Australasia.

Ruchira also has experience in the energy sector, working on several gas and electricity outlook reports for the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), leading the development of industrial sector demand forecasts including regularly interviewing energy intensive industrial users of gas and electricity; producing retail gas price forecasts and conducting scenario setting consultation with industry.

Ruchira is also well versed with operating our Global Economic Model (GEM) to produce scenario forecasts.

Ryan Lee

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

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Ryan Lee

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Ryan is an Economic Analyst currently responsible for supporting the production of the Asian Construction Service. He has experience in econometric modelling and consulting and holds a Bachelor's degree in Commerce and Economics (Honours), majoring in econometrics and finance.

Ryan Sweet

Chief US Economist

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Ryan Sweet

Chief US Economist

New York, United States

Ryan Sweet is the Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics. He is responsible for forecasting and assessing the US macroeconomic outlook and how it will influence monetary policy and financial markets. Ryan is among the most accurate high-frequency forecasters of the U.S. economy, according to MarketWatch and Bloomberg LP.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Ryan led real-time economics at Moody's Analytics and was a member of the U.S. macroeconomics team. He was also head of the firm’s monetary policy research, following actions by the Federal Reserve and examining its potential impact on the U.S. economy.

Ryan is an adjunct professor in the Economics and Finance Department at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He received a master’s degree in finance from John’s Hopkins University, a master's degree in economics from the University of Delaware, and a bachelor's degree in economics from Washington College.

Sai Deeksha Palepu

Economist

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Sai Deeksha Palepu

Economist

London, United Kingdom

Deeksha is an Economist within the Scenarios, Stress Testing and Modelling team, with a particular focus on our IFRS 9 service. She also works on stress tests, climate scenarios and bespoke modelling projects for clients. Deeksha holds a First Class Honours in Economics from the University of Bath and an MSc in Economics from University College London.

Sam Moore

Managing Director, Economic Consultancy

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Sam Moore

Managing Director, Economic Consultancy

London, United Kingdom

Sam Moore is Managing Director, Economic Consultancy in charge of economic impact and cities services at Oxford Economics. He manages Oxford Economics’ London office and is responsible for coordinating and managing many of Oxford Economics’ major consultancy projects.

Sam manages projects across all sectors of the economy and has lead Oxford’s recent work for Airbus, AT&T, BAE Systems, CBI, Deloitte, Etihad Airways, GE, JLL, Pinewood Studios, Rolls-Royce, SAP, UK Space Agency, UPS, and the World Wide Web Foundation.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics Sam spent the previous eight years with Experian, where he managed a team of economists responsible for economic modelling. Prior to joining Experian in 1998, Sam worked in the macroeconomics division at the Office for National Statistics. He graduated from Warwick University, from which he also has an MSc in Economics, gaining a distinction for his dissertation.

Sami Hamroush

Associate Director, Economic Impact

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Sami Hamroush

Associate Director, Economic Impact

London, United Kingdom

Sami leads a team of economists who undertake economic impact studies for multinational corporations, industry groups, and governments in Europe and the Middle East. Since joining Oxford Economics in June 2023, Sami has led a number of large consulting projects for clients in the energy, aviation, and beverages sectors.

Before joining Oxford Economics, Sami spent nearly ten years in the UK Government Economic Service at both the Department for International Trade and Office for National Statistics, where he developed expertise in global supply chains analysis, assessing the impact of foreign direct investment, and compiling Balance of Payments statistics.

Sami holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics from Manchester Metropolitan University and a MSc in Economic Policy from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

Samuel Bakst

Graduate Economist

Samuel Bakst

Graduate Economist

London, United Kingdom

Samuel joined Oxford Economics in September 2023 as an economist and is based in the London office. Prior to this, he studied Economics (Bsc) at the University of Bristol and later completed Economics (Msc) at UCL. Intertwined with his studies, Samuel has worked in other fields within consulting.

Before university Samuel completed a Year In Industry placement year at Quod, a leading planning consultancy based in London. During this year Samuel worked in the socio-economic working on nationally significant infrastructure projects in the UK. After this Samuel worked at Wood Mackenzie, a major energy consultancy placed in the liquified natural gas (LNG) teams as a junior analyst. Within economics, Samuel is interested in macroeconomics and the ever-evolving intersection of economics with machine learning. His master’s thesis applied the latest algorithms in sentiment analysis to estimate how sentiment gets conveyed from central banks through the media, to the market.

Sanele Mjikane

Marketing Associate, OE Africa

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Sanele Mjikane

Marketing Associate, OE Africa

Paarl, South Africa

Marketing Associate. Joined the company in 2016. Skilled in Teamwork, Office Administration, Customer relationship management (CRM), Salesforce and Microsoft Office. Joined the company in 2016.

Sarah Nelson

Senior Economist, Economics & Sustainability

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Sarah Nelson

Senior Economist, Economics & Sustainability

London, United Kingdom

Sarah is a Senior Economist in the Economics & Sustainability team at Oxford Economics. She works with clients to understand their environmental impacts and dependencies, and helps them achieve their sustainability goals. She has professional and research experience in the economics of decarbonisation, energy policy and environmental and economic impact assessments.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Sarah worked in economic consulting in Sydney and London, where she worked on energy regulation, anti-trust, carbon forecasting and social welfare assessments. She holds Bachelor' degree in economics and physics from the University of Auckland, and a Masters in Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she was a Fulbright Scholar. Sarah completed a PhD in climate economics and policy from the University of Cambridge in 2021.

Sarah Ray

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

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Sarah Ray

Graduate Economist, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Sarah is currently a graduate economist in the Building Forecasting team on the subscriptions side of the business. In this role, she assists the team in providing comprehensive economic analysis and forecasts on residential and non-residential building activity in Australia.

She has completed her Bachelor of Economics at the University of Technology Sydney and a masters degree in Applied Economics at Macquarie University.

Scott Livermore

Chief Economist, Oxford Economics Middle East, and Managing Director

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Scott Livermore

Chief Economist, Oxford Economics Middle East, and Managing Director

London, United Kingdom

Scott Livermore is the Chief Economist of Oxford Economics Middle East and based in Oxford’s Dubai office. He is also Managing Director of Consultancy in the Middle East and Asia, as well as a member of Oxford Economics’ Senior Management Team. Scott leads many of the major projects in the GCC and Asia which have recently included capacity building, macroeconomic modelling, and policy impact assessment engagements for government institutions in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Oman, and IFRS 9 and Stress Testing engagements in Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong.

After completing a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at St. Edmund Hall, Oxford University, and an MSc in Economics at University College London, Scott joined Oxford Economic Forecasting in 1997. During his initial five years at OEF, he worked as a country analyst for a number of European countries and participated in numerous consultancy projects for a variety of international organisations, governments and multinational companies using both Oxford Economics’ Global Economic Model and bespoke economic models.

Scott rejoined Oxford Economics in 2005 as a senior economist after spending two years at the Ministry of Finance in the Slovak Republic assisting with the government's medium-term macroeconomic framework and developing the analytical capacity of the ministry to prepare such forecasts. He has also held the positions of Managing Director of Macro and Industry Services, Managing Director of Macro Consulting, and COO of Oxford Economics USA.

Sean Langcake
Sean Langcake

Head of Macroeconomic Forecasting, OE Australia

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Sean Langcake

Sean Langcake

Head of Macroeconomic Forecasting, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Sean Langcake is Head of Macroeconomic Forecasting at Oxford Economics Australia where he is responsible for macro forecasting and analytical content. Sean is a regular contributor in the national media on Australian and global economic trends and policy issues.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Sean worked in a wide variety of roles at the Reserve Bank of Australia, largely focussing on forecasting and macroeconomic modelling. Sean holds a Masters Degree in Economics from the University of New South Wales, as well as a first class Honours degree in Economics and a Bachelor of International Studies from the University of Adelaide.

Sean Metcalfe

Lead Economist

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Sean Metcalfe

Lead Economist

London, United Kingdom

Sean is a Lead Economist on the Industry team, where he forecasts the utility sector, helps shape the team’s views on the Global Industrial outlook and oversees the climate-related enhancements being made to the Global Industry Model.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Sean spent two years working for RBB Economics as a competition economist. At RBB he was involved in the economic assessment of competition cases across a range of industries, including antitrust investigations in the telecommunications sector.

Sean holds an MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and a BSc in Economics from the University of York.

Sean Morgan

Head of Travel Industry Research, Tourism Economics

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Sean Morgan

Head of Travel Industry Research, Tourism Economics

Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Sean brings a wealth of tourism market research and analytics experience to Tourism Economics having spent nearly two decades undertaking a wide variety of research and consulting assignments in the UK and beyond.

Sean’s responsibilities include managing primary and secondary research activities, including survey work, for our travel and hospitality projects and collaborating closely with clients to enable a deeper understanding of tourism trends. A meticulous analyst with a deep understanding of the industry, Sean plays an important role delivering our tourism and hospitality research reports and regularly shares travel and consumer insights at industry conferences.

Prior to joining Tourism Economics in 2023, Sean was a Director at STR for over 5 years and prior to that he was Managing Director of LJ Research, a boutique tourism market research agency. Most recently, during his tenure at STR he was responsible for leading their Tourism Consumer Insights division which delivered a broad range of tourism and hospitality studies. This included collecting and disseminating powerful consumer insights and B2B data such as hotel performance data and business intelligence to help tourism organisations grow and make more effective decisions.

Sean studied Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. He still lives in Edinburgh and works remotely from there.

Sebastian Herrador-Guzman

Lead Economist, Macro Consulting, Canada

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Sebastian Herrador-Guzman

Lead Economist, Macro Consulting, Canada

Toronto, Canada

Sebastian Herrador-Guzman is the Lead Economist overseeing the maintenance and development of the Canada Provincial and Territorial Model (CPTM). He is also part of the Macroeconomic Consulting team of North America where he supports policy impact and forecasting projects.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, he held consulting and policy roles in top-tier institutions in the private and public sectors including at the Bank of Canada, Deloitte, and the International Monetary Fund. Sebastian holds a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins University (SAIS) and a Bachelor's degree from Vassar College.

Sebastien Tillett

Graduate Economist

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Sebastien Tillett

Graduate Economist

London, United Kingdom

Sebastien joined Oxford Economics in 2023 as a graduate working across freight and transport advisory consulting. His main area of experience is in providing data analysis on projects within the maritime/trade and transport industries.

Prior to working at Oxford Economics, Sebastien had technology roles at AMP and Macquarie Bank before completing a Master of Economics.

Sergi Lanau

Director of Global Emerging Markets Strategy

Sergi Lanau

Director of Global Emerging Markets Strategy

London, United Kingdom

Sergi’s research focuses on emerging and frontier markets. He joined Oxford Economics in 2023. He previously worked on emerging markets and the eurozone at the Institute of International Finance and IMF. He began his career at the Bank of England.

Shaima Salamat

HR Talent Coordinator, OE Australia

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Shaima Salamat

HR Talent Coordinator, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

With an MBA degree, majoring in Human Resources, Shaima Salamat possesses a solid foundation in HR practices and strategies. As an HR Talent Coordinator, she understands the importance of building strong teams and fostering a culture of growth and inclusivity. She is passionate about identifying and nurturing top talent, ensuring that the company continues to attract the best individuals in the industry.

In addition to her HR proficiency, Shaima has also worked extensively in the finance domain. She plays a vital role in keeping financial operations running smoothly.

With a career marked by excellence in HR talent coordination and a strong foundation in finance, she shapes the workforce for success.

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Shigeto Nagai

Head of Japan Economics

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Shigeto-Nagai

Shigeto Nagai

Head of Japan Economics

Tokyo, Japan

As the head of Oxford’s Asia office, Shigeto helps the firm’s clients understand key macro-economic developments and trends worldwide, and their implications in Japan and across Asia, through written research, meetings and conferences. As a senior member of Oxford’s worldwide economist team, he leads the firm’s Japan research. Shigeto joined Oxford in 2017 from the Bank of Japan, where he was previously Director-General of the BoJ’s International Department, contributing to the BoJ’s official views on the global economy at its Monetary Policy Meetings, as well as leading the BoJ’s liaison with other institutions across the world, including the governments and central banks of key economies and international financial institutions.

Shigeto’s career at the BoJ included senior positions as General Manager for Europe, Associate Director-General in the Monetary Affairs Department, and Director and Head of Global Research. In addition to his expertise in global research, he also has extensive experience in foreign reserve management and central bank cooperation in Asia. He was seconded to the IMF in Washington DC from 1993 to 1996 as a member of the Fund’s economics staff. Shigeto holds an MA in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in the United States and a BA in Economics from the University of Tokyo.

Shilpita Mathews

Senior Economist, Economics & Sustainability

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Shilpita Mathews

Senior Economist, Economics & Sustainability

London, United Kingdom

Shilpita joined Oxford Economics' Economics & Sustainability team, bringing valuable experience from roles at Deloitte, Vivid Economics and McKinsey & Company, with a focus on sustainable finance and climate and nature risk assessment. Her work has spanned public and private sector clients, with a focus on financial institutions.

Shilpita holds a First-Class BA (Hons) in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge and a MSc in Environmental Economics & Climate Change (Hons) from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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