Oxford Economics - formerly Oxford Economic Forecasting - was founded in 1981 to provide independent forecasting and analysis tailored to the needs of economists and planners in government and business.
What does OEF stand for?
OEF stands for Oxford Economic Forecasting
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- Operational Experience Feedback (EU)
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- Organization Enhancement Fund
- Original Electronic Format (document format)
- Oxygen Extraction Fraction
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- Operation Enduring Freedom and Noble Eagle (US Army)
- Outlook Express Freebie Backup
- Oadby Evangelical Free Church (Leicester, UK)
- Okotoks Evangelical Free Church (Okotoks, AB, Canada)
- Olympic Evangelical Free Church (Poulsbo, WA)
- Ontario Electricity Finance Corporation (Canada)
- Operating Engineers Federal Credit Union (Livermore, CA)
- Oregon Employees Federal Credit Union
Samples in periodicals archive:
Previously, he has worked as an economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington, DC and earlier at Oxford Economic Forecasting in the UK, focusing on countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Figures from Oxford Economic Forecasting put aviation's economic impact at eight per cent of global economic activity.
The report - commissioned by the Corporation of London and compiled by Oxford Economic Forecasting and the Aviation & Travel Consultancy - revealed that three in five businesses in the region would like to see additional runways built more quickly than proposed by the UK Government.
A 1999 study by Oxford Economic Forecasting (90 per cent funded by the aviation industry) concluded that restricting aviation growth would have "damaging long-term effects on the competitiveness of the UK economy".
Experts from Oxford Economic Forecasting also predict that euro membership will cost up to 275,000 jobs.
A recently published Oxford Economic Forecasting report suggests that Britain will probably avoid a recession during 2002.
But Oxford Economic Forecasting warned that it was showing the classic signs of a boom-bust cycle.