Recent Release | 24 Jan 2023

Data Center Impacts

Economic Consulting Team

Oxford Economics

Oxford Economics is a global leader in data center economic impact studies and analysis. Beginning with an original evaluation and community-level assessment of Google’s six US data centers in 2016, Oxford Economics expanded its modeling capabilities and analysis to cover impacts of current and proposed data centers across the world—including multiple locations in South America, the EU and Asia. We specialize in detailing economic impact effects, as well as socioeconomic benefits that accrue to cities, regions and countries as a result of investment, buildout and operation of data centers. Through a more comprehensive approach to quantify and evaluate economic outcomes—often combined with illustrative case studies—Oxford Economics showcases how data centers or data center investment positively transform economies.

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Our economic consulting team are world leaders in quantitative economic analysis, working with clients around the globe and across sectors to build models, forecast markets and evaluate interventions using state-of-the art techniques. To find out more about our capabilities, contact:

Diantha Wilson Redd

VP, Business Development, Americas, Technology

+1 (646) 384 0271

Diantha Wilson Redd

VP, Business Development, Americas, Technology

New York, United States

Diantha leads Oxford Economics’ business development efforts for the Americas, based in New York. She has managed a large number of consulting projects over the past 8 years that fall into the areas of thought leadership and economic and social impact for a wide range of clients. Her wider experience spans over 20 years and she currently manages account relationships for Oxford’s professional service firms, technology, manufacturing, and financial services. She is the Technology category leader for the consulting team at Oxford Economics.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Diantha worked at the Economist Group, Forbes Inc., and BusinessWeek Magazine. She has a BA with a double major in Political Science and French from Denison University.

Paul Donnelly

Associate Director, Business Development – EMEA

+44 (0) 203 910 8077

Private: Paul Donnelly

Associate Director, Business Development – EMEA

London, United Kingdom

Federico Chirico

Head of Consulting Business Development – Asia

+65 6850 0117

Federico Chirico

Head of Consulting Business Development – Asia

Singapore

Federico Chirico is a business professional with over 15 years of experience in thought leadership, strategy consulting, and sales. He currently serves as the Head of Business Development for Asia at Oxford Economics, where he leads the firm’s efforts in consulting across various sectors.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Federico held various positions at The Economist Group and Thomson Reuters, where he gained extensive experience in EMEA and South East Asia. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Genova, a Master’s degree from the University of Leicester, and a Postgraduate Diploma from Stanford University. His areas of expertise include technology, sustainability, and healthcare.

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