A new age of macro risk and opportunity is dawning where
success or failure for investors, businesses and
governments will be determined at the intersection of
politics and economics by factors which are beyond
With so many points of reference in global politics and the
global economy in disarray as it absorbs so many shocks,
the need to carry out research into the risks and
opportunities presented by a complicated macro
environment is paramount.
We call it ‘macro diligence’ - the necessary amount of
due diligence required to assess the impact of macro
forces on your strategy or operations.
A trusted advisor
Our extensive global reach and independence make us a
trusted and valuable resource for international companies,
financial institutions and government agencies.
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Founded in 1975, Oxford Analytica has consistently operated according to its vision and founding principles of objectivity and accuracy.
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Mastering the macro environment
We offer uniquely powerful support to help clients master the macro environment.
Ensuring timely delivery of high-quality geopolitical and macroeconomic analysis
> Our process
Access to the best minds on any subject in the political economy
> Our network
Our analysts all hold advanced degrees, and have a wide range of regional, sectoral and industry experience.
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Understanding our clients’ needs
Combining an understanding of our clients’ activities with our own expertise enables us to anticipate their needs.
Accurate forecasting record
We have an unsurpassed record of making accurate predictions and calls about the macro environment.
Working for us
If you want to interact with leading experts, and work with bright, committed people in a fast-paced, client-focused environment, we would like to hear from you.
Oxford Analytica in the media
We help the media engage with expert opinion, through interviews, quotation and syndication.
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Recent media examples
15 April 2014
BBC Mundo talks to our analyst Paz Zarate about the growing number of Latin American disputes before the International Court of Justice.
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17 April 2014
Stephanie Hare speaks with Phil Gayle of BBC Radio Oxford about the importance of the European elections to the future of the UK and the rest of Europe. (2h:41m)
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