[Webinar] Global scenarios: Supply-chain crisis

Topic: The global economic outlook has become less positive over the past three months and downside risks to the global economy have increased. Against this backdrop, we highlight the results from our latest global scenarios, which explore the potential fall-out from the ongoing supply-chain crisis and other key economic risks.

Topics: Scenarios, Past Webinar

Speakers

amie Thompson

Jamie Thompson | Head of Macro Scenarios

Jamie is Head of Macro Scenarios. He leads the production of macro-economic scenarios for the Global Scenario Service and is responsible for identifying and writing about key risks to the global economy. Jamie joined Oxford Economics from the Bank of England, where he worked for 17 years on a range of monetary and financial stability issues to support both the Monetary Policy Committee and the Financial Policy Committee. Most recently Editor of the Bank’s Financial Stability Report and Financial Stability Papers series, Jamie has written and edited extensively for the Bank’s flagship publications, including the Inflation Report.

Chris Parfitt

Chris Parfitt | Macro Modelling Assistant

Chris is a Macro Modelling Assistant responsible for the release and development of the Global Economic Model. This involves ensuring the model is stable and clearly reflects our forecasting views. He also manages bespoke model and data releases for a number of clients. Chris joined Oxford Economics after obtaining a BSc in Economics at the University of Bath.