Global Economic Model
Build scenarios to understand the impact of economic shocks using the most robust, comprehensive, and timely world macroeconomic model workstation.Try for free
Our economic model provides a rigorous and consistent structure for forecasting and testing scenarios, addressing questions on a wide range of economic topics, such as the impact of oil price changes or the effects of slower growth in a major economy.
About the Global Economic Model
Fully integrated global model
Individual country models are fully linked through global assumptions about trade volume and prices, competitiveness, capital flows, interest and exchange rates, and commodity prices.
Twice a month clients receive all the latest economic data and our baseline forecast.
Comprehensive country coverage
The core model covers 85 countries in detail, plus the Eurozone. The rest of the world economy is covered in six trading blocs. Access complete coverage of our Global Economic Model here.
Quickly build scenarios, export data, load pre-defined scenarios, and present data as charts, heat maps and dashboards.
How we help your business
Comprehensive training and support
We provide clients with in-house and online training and also offer regular webinars for Model users.
The only global model that fully integrates 85 global economies plus the Eurozone.
Global model extension and custom forecasts
Proxy models for 108 additional countries. Our models, forecasts, and datasets can be customised to fit the unique needs of your organisation.
Global Economic Model
Our Global Economic Model provides a rigorous and consistent structure for forecasting and testing scenarios. A globally integrated economic model, it can be used to address questions on a wide range of economic topics, such as the impact of oil price changes, or the effects of slower Chinese growth.
“To our knowledge the most robust, comprehensive, and timely world macroeconomic model is the Oxford Economics model. We tested multiple world models in 2011, Oxford towered above the competition. Bottom line, the Oxford Economics model is a mission-critical tool. Customer support and training is extensive, and the billing process is dramatically less painful compared to our other vendors.”
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