Shifting toward Enterprise-grade AI
AI capabilities are rapidly maturing. And so, too, is enterprise adoption. More executives than ever before are actively conceiving where and how to leverage AI. But executives are also more discrimin... more
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Oxford Economics' analysis demonstrates the importance of the EU steel industry, which supports an extensive supply chain across the continent, and facilitates highly-valued work in key customer secto... more
Cities are a dynamic driver of global travel. To understand the value and potential of our cities today and in the future, here's our forecast for global travel in 2025.
British American Tobacco commissioned Oxford Economics to assess the economic consequences of the illicit tobacco trade in Malaysia.
Services providers account for nearly one-fifth of total workforce spending and are increasingly critical to business performance--but this vital piece of the workforce is often overlooked and under-m... more
Oxford Economics and SAP Concur surveyed 500 finance and IT executives at growing companies to find out how the most successful organizations manage the growing pains that come with business expansion... more
Measuring the Effects of Supply-Chain Loss Due to Expansion of Foreign State-Owned Enterprises in the U.S.
For millions of Americans, a career in the travel industry is not just a first job, but the first step toward the American dream of a stable, prosperous and rewarding life with a competitive salary fo... more