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

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...

Managing for the way we work now

Posted by Thought Leadership on Sep 29, 2020 10:59:23 PM

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

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...

Christian May, Editor of City AM, is joined by Richard Holt, Head of Cities at Oxford Economics.

Trade is already one of the hardest-hit US sectors in the coronavirus crisis and faces major risks depending on the path of the pandemic in our...

This week the Banco Central do Brasil (BCB) lowered the Selic rate to 2.00%. Although our baseline scenario is for further rate cuts in the coming...

Latest data reveal a shifting US health picture. Coronavirus reproduction rates slowed in the last week after the pause or rollback of state and...

Infographic: 10 Top Coronavirus Calls

Posted by Oxford Economics on Jul 9, 2020 7:23:28 PM

2020 has undoubtedly been a challenging year for forecasters, but in spite of this, the accuracy of our analysis has remained consistent. Here are...

Three of the most populous states, including hard-hit New York, have aging healthcare workforces that may be more vulnerable to the novel...