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In today’s more demanding and complex environment, trade associations and non-profit organisations need objective empirical evidence and reliable economic analysis to support their members and deliver on their goals. Not only is economic and quantitative analysis crucial for influencing policy makers and opinion leaders, but it provides the basis for unique decision-support on markets, industries and issues that matter to members.
Our clients include associations and nonprofits around the world:
AARP, AICPA, American Gaming Association, Association of Manufacturing Technology (AMT), British Bankers’ Association (BBA), British Beer and Pub Association, CIMA, European Power Tools Association, Global Financial Markets Association, Global Semiconductor Alliance, IATA, MPAA, National Fluid Power Association, Transport Association, US Travel Association, World Steel Association.
Oxford Economics, a leading economic consultancy with links to Oxford University, provides a range of analytical support for trade and non-profit associations and their members, including:
World-class economic team: An in-house team of over 120 economists, the largest economics team in the private sector, including macro, micro, industrial, financial, labor and urban economists.
Sophisticated models: The world’s most comprehensive suite of global economic, industry and city models that can be used for forecasting, market sizing, scenario analysis, stress testing, economic impact analysis, and developmental research.
Global reach: With offices around the world and a global network of 500 contributing analysts, we are able to provide in-depth data and analysis on 200 countries, 100 industrial sectors and 3,000 cities.
Deep industry coverage: We produce regularly updated data, analysis and forecasts across 68 countries for 100 industry sectors.
Expertise in applied economics: Our economists are skilled at applying economic analysis to shed light on business strategies, public policies and future market opportunities.
Thought leadership specialists: We have a global team of thought leadership experts with extensive experience in business editing, publishing and marketing. We are able to tailor our insights to the target audience–in particular, discussing complex economic, political and business issues in a clear, concise and compelling way to non-economists.
A distinctive brand: With links to Oxford University, we have a globally recognised brand and reputation distinguished by the objectivity, acuity and quantitative rigour of our research.
1. Applying economic techniques to provide evidence to show the value of a sector or policy change.
2. High-impact thought leadership marketing.
3. Insightful presentations to your members through conferences and webinars.
The American Gaming Association commissioned Oxford Economics to examine the broad economic impact the gaming industry as a whole has on the U.S. economy, measuring the economic impact of every facet of the casino gaming industry, as well as the industry’s significant ripple effect on the supply chain, including local businesses. The report showed that the industry supports 1.7 million American jobs and drives nearly quarter trillion dollars in economic activity.
4. Access to event-driven analysis, data and forecasts.
To find out more, including how we can adapt our economic modelling, forecasts, monitoring, or scenarios to meet the needs of your organisation or sector, please contact your nearest Oxford Economics office.