We are proud to announce the launch of our new, fully redesigned Oxford Economics website. We developed this next-generation decision-support platform to better serve our international clients and reflect our wider remit: to forecast country, industry and city trends and analyse their impact on business strategies and public policies.
Our site offers a number of major improvements:
- Expands our portfolio of country, industry and city coverage.
- Provides more complete and up-to-date information on our products, services and capabilities.
- Combines the latest content management system with intuitive search and navigation.
- Adds many interactive features.
- Offers greater reliability and scalability.
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3 December 2012
Some upside suprises but outlook worsens
The latest monthly data contain a few upside surprises. Eurozone manufacturing rose 0.5% in August but the increase was not a result of a solid increase in German output - which actually declined month-on-month - but expansions of over 1% each in France, Italy and Spain on a seasonally adjusted basis. Production appears to have been supported by export demand, especially outside the Eurozone. However, weak domestic and Eurozone demand is likely to prevent a sustained increase in output and despite the firm monthly increases, output still remains well below year-ago levels.
25 October 2012
Economic Impact of TripAdvisor on the UK Tourism Economy
Online travel review sites encourage increased spending and longer stays in the UK. The increased confidence and transparency created by User-Generated Content (UGC) sites benefits both consumers and the tourism industry with an estimated increase in tourism spending and associated employment, with a disproportionate benefit to independent establishments. TripAdvisor alone is associated with £1.7bn in UK tourism spending. For further details or to request a copy of the full report please contact Emma Shaw at TripAdvisor (firstname.lastname@example.org, +44(0)203 320 3210)
17 July 2012
Global Industry Forecasts
These in-depth reports probe the latest developments and 10-year trends for nine major global industries and 100 sub-sectors across 68 economies. Every quarter, you will receive historical, current and forecast data on the world's leading industrial and emerging markets, including:
- Output forecasts by sector and detailed sub-sectors on an annual basis over the next 10 years
- Analysis and commentary that examines recent developments and highlights the key trends and drivers, including the links to macroeconomic developments
- Charts and tables spotlighting key industrial output trends, past and future
- Forecasts derived from our highly-disiplined forecasting process using our Global Industry Model
|Electronics & Computers||Motor Vehicles||Aerospace|
|Intermediate goods||Engineering||Consumer goods|
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