Risks and Opportunities in the time of COVID

How four events will shape the next 12 months

An Oxford Analytica Conference Call

Wednesday July 15, 15:00 UK, 10.00 EDT

Register to hear our analysts offer three core assumptions for the next 12 months, and consider how four key events that we anticipate in the second half of 2020 will resonate globally.

Our in-house team of analysts, who bring you the Daily Brief, will share our core assumptions regarding the shape of the global economic recovery, the path of COVID-19 and changes in working and social patterns.

With that as the basis, our team will then share their insights into how four key events in the second half of the year will have an impact in their regions and beyond, in terms of politics, alliances, global institutions, economic policy, markets and inequality. They will highlight opportunities as well as risks.

As ever with our conference calls, there will be scope for you, our clients, to pose questions and to share your view on the opportunities and risks that the next 12 months might offer.

Join us to put your questions to our experts.

Chair: Dr Nicholas Redman, Director of Analysis

More details coming soon


Dr Joe Larvin, Academic Clinician, National Institute for Health Research 

Dr David Hine, Professor in European Politics, Oxford University

Dr Veronica Anghel, Fullbright Fellow at Stanford University