Getting the most out of the gig economy

Posted by Thought Leadership on Nov 20, 2020 6:36:11 PM

The use of contingent workers has been growing and is likely to remain high, driven in part by the impact of COVID-19. An increasingly competitive...

Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics outlines the economic outlook under President-elect Biden. 

Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joins Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi and Myles Udland from Yahoo! Finance Live to discuss what a...

Managing for the way we work now

Posted by Thought Leadership on Nov 1, 2020 5:21:00 PM

Many American workers, both in traditional roles (e.g., W2 employees) and the extended workforce (e.g., non-payroll workers such as freelancers,...

Despite slowing US economic momentum, a worsening health situation, and recent election uncertainty, the policy outlook carries upside risks for...

Oxford Economics and SHRM conducted surveys of senior executives and HR managers to understand the state of paid leave in the United States. This...

Gregory Daco, Chief US Economist at Oxford Economics joins Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance in their latest Electionomics...

According to our new overlapping generations model, the Eurozone is stuck in secular stagnation leaving the ECB unable to hit the 2% inflation...

NTT DATA and Oxford Economics conducted a survey of 1,000 respondents in the US and Canada about their AI strategies. The data points to essential...

While the US Recovery Tracker posted its strongest gain in six weeks, rising 1ppt to 82.1 in the week ended Oct 2, it merely regained its level...

Food & Kindness: The Sobell House Cook Book

Posted by Oxford Economics on Oct 13, 2020 3:43:48 PM

We are excited to have received our copy of Food & Kindness: The Sobell House Cook Book. We have sponsored this inspiring recipe book to support...

Download this new report to discover how payments can act as a source of value and innovation, featuring strategic insights from payment leaders...

US Recovery Tracker slows to a crawl

Posted by Gregory Daco on Sep 25, 2020 11:42:25 AM

Our US Recovery Tracker rose only 0.2ppts to 81.3 in the week ended Sept 11. Again fostering much of the gain was an improving public health...

We spelt out our view on the future of globalisation this week. We don’t expect globalization to go into reverse, but we do think it will continue...

Our Recovery Tracker rose 1.1ppt for a second consecutive week, reaching 79.1 in the week ended Aug 14. Growth in four of the six dimensions...