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07 Feb 2024

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Oxford Economics is proud to have contributed to the following research studies highlighted at the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering in January. Click the below links to learn more.

New work, new world

In partnership with Cognizant, Oxford Economics explored the transformative potential of Generative AI for the US economy over the next decade. Our groundbreaking study focused on two key areas:

  • Productivity Boost: We analyzed how business adoption of Generative AI could enhance worker productivity, examining its impact on daily tasks and potential labor market shifts.
  • Economic Growth Engine: Utilizing machine learning tools, we modeled both the automation potential of AI on different occupations and its projected adoption timeline based on historical trends of major technological advancements.

The results paint a promising picture: depending on business adoption rates, Generative AI has the potential to add up to $1 trillion to US GDP by 2032.

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The CEO’s guide to generative AI

In September and October 2023, IBM IBV and Oxford Economics conducted a series of deep-dive interviews with CEOs of organisations in the vanguard of generative AI thinking and adoption, allowing us to validate the insights discussed in this  book with hands-on CEO experiences.

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Leading through the great disruption: How a human-centric approach to AI creates a talent advantage

A recent study by The Adecco Group, in partnership with Oxford Economics, dives deep into how C-Suite leaders worldwide are steering the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the workplace.

This comprehensive global survey of 2,000 C-level executives explores:

  • The evolving impact of Generative AI: Unveiling how AI is reshaping talent strategies across diverse functions and industries.
  • Actionable insights for leaders: Equipping teams with a practical toolkit to thrive during this era of disruption.
  • Unlocking human potential: Demonstrating how a human-centric approach to AI adoption can create a competitive advantage by amplifying human capabilities.

Launched at the prestigious World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the study’s findings sparked critical discussions with global leaders and garnered significant media attention.

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Brewing Growth: How Beer Can Boost Lower-Income Economies

A 2022 Oxford Economics study, commissioned by the Worldwide Brewing Alliance, examined the economic impact of the beer industry in 70 countries (using 2019 data). The research revealed a significant opportunity for the beer sector to further empower lower-income economies.

Our findings suggest that if individuals from these countries switched their alcoholic beverage consumption to beer and reached similar consumption levels as other developing nations with higher beer intake the beer industry’s contribution to GDP could potentially increase to an average of 2.2%.

The report also delves into the key challenges hindering this growth, including factors like:

  • Disposable income levels
  • Relative pricing and taxation of beer
  • Consumer preferences for other alcoholic beverages
  • The presence of an illicit alcohol market

By addressing these challenges, the beer industry can unlock its full potential as a driver of economic growth in developing nations.

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Featured Videos

Forbes: How Cognizant’s Research On Generative AI Is Informing The Future Of Work

Adrian Cooper, CEO at Oxford Economics, joins Cognizant CEO Ravi Kumar to discuss the findings of their joint study, “New work, new world,” the adoption of generative AI, and AI’s impact on society.

Economic Contribution of the Beer Industry – Belgium House 2024

Adrian Cooper, CEO of Oxford Economics, discussing the economic contribution of the beer industry during Davos 2024.

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