Economic Data

Oxford Economics

An overview of Oxford Economics

  • We carry macroeconomic forecasts from Oxford Economics – an independent consultancy and leading provider of content, reports and conferences – for 200 countries and 34 regions.
  • These forecasts are considered among the most reliable and consistent in the market.
  • Coverage includes macroeconomic, socioeconomic and financial trends from as early as 1980 to 2045.

Key Facts 

  • Geographical coverage
  • History
    From 1980 to 2049
  • Data format
  • Delivery mechanism
    Digital Files
  • Data frequency

Features & Benefits

What you get with Oxford Economics

  • Comprehensive forecasts are derived from Oxford’s sophisticated Global Economic Model - the most widely used commercial international macroeconomic model in the world. Oxford’s group of over 275 economists contributes to the methodology and assumptions.
  • Highly reliable and comprehensive forecasts derived from their proprietary model is relied on by economists, financial managers and decision makers in private and public sectors.
  • This time-tested model provides a rigorous structure and discipline by taking into account trade, labour and financial linkages between economies.
  • High quality historical data is taken from original primary sources for the majority of the series and supplemented by data from World Bank, International Monetary Fund and Bank for International Settlements.
  • The total of 131,239 series provide national and government accounts, balance of payments and international trade, prices and wages, financial indicators by sector and type of debt, and key statistics for labour, energy and housing.

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