Quantitative data sits at the heart of virtually everything we do
Oxford Economics can draw on its rich forecasting resources and economic heritage to add greater heft to our thought leadership programmes. Our analysts and economists cover 190 countries, 100 industrial sectors, and over 2,600 cities and sub-regions around the world. Underpinning our analysis is a unique integrated global economic model, which links to an international industry model and a series of city models. These models, which are relied upon by major international corporations such as GE and McKinsey, and government organisations such as the World Bank, the Federal Reserve, and the Bank of England, allow us not only to forecast trends but to explore potential scenarios that could have significant effects on the global economy. In addition, we have developed advanced analytical tools that enable us to quantify the impact of projects, industries, companies, processes, investments, and public policies.
Because of our deep strength in macroeconomic modelling, public-policy analysis, scenario development, and editorial presentation, we can offer clients an integrated suite of analytical approaches and solutions that are often hard to find under one roof. This allows us to do more than merely postulate about the future—we can actually present scenarios and potential outcomes, based on solid research and analysis, to provide insights that help our clients make the important decisions to prepare for what’s ahead. And our editors are experts at breaking down highly complex economic issues for busy senior executives—from assessing macroeconomic policy to predicting future oil prices.
Combining the expertise of our thought leadership, macroeconomic, and applied economics teams allows us to drill deeply into the issues and help your firm sagely address current challenges, identify new opportunities, and evaluate potential risks. It’s the kind of research you won’t find from anyone but Oxford Economics.