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Alix de Raucourt

Business Development Manager

+65 6850 0111

Alix de Raucourt

Business Development Manager

Singapore

Business Development Manager

Amit Sharda

Lead Economist

+44 20 3910 8012

Amit Sharda

Lead Economist

London, United Kingdom

Amit Sharda works as a Lead Economist for the Global Industry Service at Oxford Economics. Currently, he leads our bespoke consultancy work related to sales and market demand forecasting, and he has now headed our global machine tool market analysis for the better part of a decade. He is also in charge of monitoring and forecasting developments in the automotive and aerospace industries.

He first joined as a placement student in 2008 and then returned to Oxford Economics after gaining a first-class degree in Economics of Money, Banking and Finance. During his time at Oxford Economics, he has overseen the quarterly industry forecast update, expressed our house-view on industrial developments in our monthly publications, and forecasted developments in the chemicals and pharmaceuticals industries. Amit has also worked on a wide range of economic reports, including evaluating the drivers of competitiveness in the European chemical industry as well as being heavily involved in the production of our series of well-established Global Construction reports. He has also gained considerable experience using the Global Economic Model too, forecasting macroeconomic developments in Sweden and Norway.

Amy McAlister
Amy McAlister

Associate Director, EMEA Macro Consulting

+971 50 867 3560

Amy McAlister

Amy McAlister

Associate Director, EMEA Macro Consulting

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Amy McAlister is an Associate Director at Oxford Economics in the EMEA macro consulting team and is based in Dubai. She is engaged in a variety of bespoke consultancy projects, including the creation of large-scale models and scenarios. She focuses on business in the Middle East, particularly on the macroeconomic outlook at forecast for the economy of Saudi Arabia. Amy has a range of experience managing projects for clients, with a specific focus on the UAE and KSA, including several customised macroeconomic models for government agencies.

Amy was the Richard King Scholar of Economics for Durham University, where she attained an MSc Economics with distinction. She also holds a BSc in Economics & Management from Aston University and completed a placement year with Oxford Economics as part of her degree. Amy then re-joined Oxford Economics in 2014 and has since held positions in the Macro Forecasting and Stress Testing, Scenarios and Financial Modelling teams in offices across the UK, US and Dubai.

Andrea Boltho

Non-executive Director

+44 (0) 207 258 1722

Andrea Boltho

Non-executive Director

London, United Kingdom

Educated in Italy and at the Universities of London (LSE), Paris and Oxford. From 1966 to 1977 at the OECD’s Department of Economics and Statistics. In 1973-74 Japan Foundation Fellow at the Research Institute of the Economic Planning Agency, Tokyo. From 1977 to 2007, Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Magdalen College, University of Oxford.

Since 2008 Emeritus Fellow. At various stages, consultant to the World Bank, the OECD and member of the Academic Council of the IFO Institute, Munich, as well as Visiting Professor in various European universities. Has been a Member of the Board of Finmeccanica, is a Director of Oxford Economics and has lectured on world and European economic developments to various private sector corporations, including ABB, Anglo American, Arthur Andersen, FIAT, Ericsson, Generali, IBM, KPMG, Pirelli, Siemens, Stora Enso, Volvo, etc.

Andrew Goodwin

Chief UK Economist

+44 (0) 20 3910 8013

Andrew Goodwin

Chief UK Economist

London, United Kingdom

Andrew Goodwin is the Chief UK Economist at Oxford Economics. He is responsible for Oxford Economics’ UK macroeconomic forecasting and analytical content. Andrew regularly comments on the UK's economic outlook in print, online and broadcast media. Andrew has been with Oxford Economics since August 2008.

Before joining Oxford Economics, he spent three years working for Experian, where he managed the Regional Planning Service and produced UK macroeconomic forecasts from the national level down to local authorities. Before joining Experian, Andrew spent four years as a senior economist at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

Andrew Graham

Economist, Cities & Regions

+44 (0)2892 635400

Andrew Graham

Economist, Cities & Regions

Belfast, United Kingdom

Andrew is an Economist at Oxford Economics and a member of the Cities and Regions Forecasting team. He primarily focuses on producing economic forecasts for the UK’s regions and local authority districts. Andrew joined Oxford Economics in June 2020 after graduating with a first-class honours degree in BSc Business Economics from Queen’s University Belfast.

He received the UTV Ltd. Award for best graduate in his course. During his time at university, he worked as a research assistant on an economic history academic study. Andrew also undertook a 12-month placement at Oxford Economics working in the Cities Consulting team.

Andy Logan

Director of Industry Consulting

+44 203 910 8051

Andy Logan

Director of Industry Consulting

London, United States

Andy Logan leads our Consultancy offer on different industries for clients. He undertakes studies forecasting the demand for company’s products, analysing the drivers of different industries growth, and assessing the size of different markets and industries. He also investigates the competitive pressures and opportunities facing industries now and in the future. Another area, where he has a keen interest is in studies assessing the demand and supply of labour for different industries and occupations, identifying potential skill shortages and implications for migration.

He has worked with clients in most industries, and in many countries of the world.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Andy worked in a variety of economist roles at the Bank of England for 15 years. His research focused on the labour market, commodity and producer prices, UK trade flows, and the performance of UK banks. He holds an MSc. and BA. degrees from the universities of London and Leicester.

Angel Talavera
Angel Talavera

Head of Europe, Macro

+44 (0) 203 910 8014

Angel Talavera

Angel Talavera

Head of Europe, Macro

London, United Kingdom

Ángel Talavera is Head of European Economics and is responsible for developing Oxford Economics' macro view on the region, as well as producing macroeconomic forecasts for Spain. He manages a team of 12 economists producing regional and country-specific thematic research on over 30 countries, as well as contributing to the editorial line of Oxford Economics globally. Angel's work also involves presenting the outlook to clients around the world and he is frequently quoted in international media.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Ángel spent over five years in two different stints as an economist at FocusEconomics, a Barcelona-based macroeconomic consulting firm. In between, he worked at Beazley Group, an insurance firm based in London, where he focused on country risk.

Anthony Bernard-Sasges

Senior Economist, Cities and Regions

+44 (0) 20 3910 8018

Anthony Bernard-Sasges

Senior Economist, Cities and Regions

London, United Kingdom

Anthony Bernard-Sasges is a senior economist. He primarily produces research and forecasts for cities in Canada and the Middle East & North Africa. Anthony holds a master's degree in Development Economics from the University of Oxford and a bachelor's degree in International Political Economics from Georgetown University.

Anubhav Mohanty

Associate Director, Economic Impact

+44 (0) 203 210 8011

Anubhav Mohanty

Associate Director, Economic Impact

London, United Kingdom

Anubhav Mohanty is an Associate Director in the Economic Impact Consulting team. He has led projects with clients across a range of industries helping them understand how economic trends and Government policy can affect their markets. Experience in the private sector includes work for Snapchat, Meta, Amazon, Visa, Accenture, and Bain, among others.

He has also worked with Governments helping them understand how policy changes can affect the wider economy. Experience in the public sector includes work for the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), the UK Home Office, HMRC, and the Department for Transport.

Anubhav joined Oxford Economics in January 2018 with more than 7 years of experience in econometric analysis. Previously, Anubhav worked as an economist with Compass Lexecon and at PwC.

Anubhav has an MSc in Economics (Distinction) from the London School of Economics (LSE) where he also taught economics as a graduate teaching assistant.

Aoife Pearson

Senior Business Development Manager

+44 (0) 203 910 8054

Aoife Pearson

Senior Business Development Manager

London, United Kingdom

Aoife works in Business Development for Oxford Economics’ Consulting division and is based in our London office. She is responsible for new business growth and the management of ongoing client relationships across various sectors and geographies.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2015, she held roles in Account Management and Marketing for a FTSE 100 company. Aoife holds a first-class degree in Geography from Newcastle University.

April Skinner

Senior Economist, Asia Construction, OE Australia

+61 (0) 2 8458 4231

April Skinner

Senior Economist, Asia Construction, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

April is the Senior Economist responsible for producing the Asian Construction Service. The service provides comprehensive analysis and forecasts on building and infrastructure construction across 13 countries in Asia including New Zealand. She has experience in econometric modelling and holds a Master’s degree in econometrics and financial economics.

Aran Ryan

Director of Industry Studies, Tourism Economics

+1 (610) 995 9600

Aran Ryan

Director of Industry Studies, Tourism Economics

Philadelphia, United States

Aran assists owners, operators, and destinations to understand the impact of tourism industry trends. He focuses on industry-specific analysis and forecasting, as well as strategy and policy analysis.

He has over 25 years of consulting experience applying analytics, forecasting, project management, research, and financial analysis skills to support client decision-making in the lodging, casino gaming and destination development sub-sectors.

Prior to joining Tourism Economics, he was a Director in the Hospitality & Leisure consulting practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Before PwC, he worked at WEFA Group (now IHS Markit). A graduate of Colby College, Aran earned an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Arpita Garg

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

+61 2 8458 4282

Arpita Garg

Economic Analyst, OE Australia

Sydney, Australia

Arpita Garg is currently an economic analyst in our Australian macroeconomic consulting unit.

Arup Raha
Arup Raha

Head of APAC Economics

+65 6850 0124

Arup Raha

Arup Raha

Head of APAC Economics

Singapore

Arup Raha is the Head of APAC Economics at Oxford Economics. He leads a strong 10-member team with responsibility for the coverage of several Asian economies, including China, Japan and India. Arup started his career as an economist with the World Bank in Washington DC and then went on to build a successful career in the financial services industry. Arup has previously been the Chief Economist for Asia-Pacific for 3 global banks, namely UBS, Citi and HSBC and has also been the Head of India Equity Research for JP Morgan. Arup has a B.A. (Honors) in Economics from St Stephen’s College, Delhi, a M.A. in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics, and a Ph.D in Economics from Vanderbilt University in the US.

Babak Adib
Babak Adib

Business Development Manager

+49 699 675 8915

Babak Adib

Babak Adib

Business Development Manager

Frankfurt, Germany

Babak is responsible for consultancy sales in all lines of business across EMEA and is driving the strategic growth and development initiatives for our consulting business in Continental Europe. Based in our office in Frankfurt am Main, he works in close collaboration with private and public clients to enhance their public affairs, corporate strategy and thought leadership initiatives.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Babak has worked within transaction advisory and business consulting at PwC and Deloitte as well as within management roles in two different medium-sized businesses. He also gained valuable experience as an entrepreneur within the fitness & health industry. Babak holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management & Economics as well as a Master’s degree in Management from Ruhr-University Bochum (DE) while spending parts of his studies at Oklahoma State University (USA).

Bali Kaur Sodhi
Bali Kaur Sodhi

Lead Economist, Economic Consulting, Asia

+65 6850 0120

Bali Kaur Sodhi

Bali Kaur Sodhi

Lead Economist, Economic Consulting, Asia

Singapore

Senior Economist in the Economic Consulting Division in Asia, managing research and analytical projects on a range of topics, each requiring bespoke economic tools.

Barbara Byrne Denham

Senior Economist, Cities & Regions

+1 (646) 503 3061

Barbara Byrne Denham

Senior Economist, Cities & Regions

New York, United States

As a senior economist at Oxford Economics, Barbara brings a seasoned approach to the study of US cities. She works in Oxford Economics’ division of Cities and Regions analysis where she leads in writing reports on US metros. Prior to joining Oxford Economics, she worked six years for Moody’s Analytics REIS where she did similar work and wrote a number of white papers covering metro-level analyses including the Impact of the Tax and Jobs Act on Commercial Real Estate; Amazon HQ2, a Scoring Analysis; and the Economics of College Towns. Barbara’s work is frequently cited by the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Crains New York Business and numerous other publications.

Prior to working at Moody’s, Barbara worked more than 20 years at various commercial real estate firms including Jones Lang LaSalle and Eastern Consolidated where she focused on writing market reports and white papers.

Barbara holds a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Notre Dame and is a Ph. D. candidate in Economics from New York University.

Beatrice Tanjangco

Lead Climate Economist

+44 (0) 203 910 8049

Beatrice Tanjangco

Lead Climate Economist

London, United Kingdom

Beatrice is a Lead Climate Economist. She produces Research Briefs on Climate Change and the economy and supports the expansion of Oxford Economics’ climate capabilities under the Global Climate Service.

Prior to joining Oxford Economics in 2022, she worked on projects in climate adaptation, resilience, and risk as a Research Fellow at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). Before focusing on climate, she worked for various international organizations (the World Bank and Asian Development Bank) and think tanks, working on topics such as trade, finance, competition, and industry analysis. She also worked in the Oxford Economics Singapore office for several years. Bea holds an MSc in Specialised Economic Analysis from the Barcelona School of Economics, with a BA in Economics with a minor in Literature from the Ateneo de Manila University.

Becky Syder

Commercial Director

+44 (0) 203 910 8000

Becky Syder

Commercial Director

London, United Kingdom

Becky is responsible for managing Oxford's SMG division, spearheading global growth across Oxford's Tourism and Africa business groups.

Becky's role includes all commercial activities from sales and product development to business strategy. Before joining Oxford Economics, Becky worked across commercial and project management roles in market research and media companies.

Becky is based in London but focuses on clients globally.

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