News | 10 May 2023

BIS Oxford Economics to be rebranded as Oxford Economics Australia

David Walker

Managing Director, OE Australia

We are excited to announce the rebrand of BIS Oxford Economics, becoming Oxford Economics Australia.

“Over the past six years we’ve maintained the unique modelling and analysis that clients and the media have come to rely on from BIS Shrapnel while incorporating Oxford Economics’ rigorous global modelling and analytical framework to complement it,” said David Walker, Director, Oxford Economics Australia.

“What you’re seeing now is the completion of that goal. The heritage, expertise and local insight we welcomed into the global fold in 2017 remains within the Oxford Economics Australia team, and it will for years and decades to come.” 

The changes to Oxford Economics Australia come at the same time as we bring a new look and feel to the Oxford Economics Australia website.

The new site features a modern design, improved functionality, and user experience, allowing you to navigate between our Australian and global offerings easily.

The changes will enable you to find the content that matters to you, from blog posts and research downloads to our latest events and webinars and information to help you grow your business, manage your investments or influence your stakeholders.


Oxford Economics Australia offers reliable local and macro expertise on more than 100 markets and industries in Australia and New Zealand. Our powerful analysis, research, and forecast capabilities are supported by more than 350 leading economists from Oxford Economics. As part of the world’s largest independent economics research firm, Oxford Economics Australia delivers trusted subscription and consulting services that provide deep insight into the business, economic, industry, financial, regulatory, technology and social issues our clients face daily. 

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