Economics

Economics is the science of business. It helps organisations and individuals to make better decisions, grounded in simple, robust and compelling evidence.

Overview

Economics is the science of business. It helps organisations and individuals to make better decisions, grounded in simple, robust and compelling evidence.

  • We work alongside clients to develop sophisticated and compelling economic analysis to inform strategic choices and guide the development of policy

  • We combine economic analysis and in-depth sector knowledge and insights on the most important strategic, regulatory and commercial questions faced by organisations

  • Our cutting-edge economic and econometric analysis helps companies, governments and their agencies to frame, make and deliver some of their biggest decisions and investments

  • We conduct financial and econometric analysis on behalf of our clients to demonstrate the impact of change to key decision makers.

  • We help organisations identify, execute and create value through mergers, acquisitions, disposals and restructuring.

Our work tackles the intricate relationships between companies, markets and public policy. We help organisations execute successful deals and create value through mergers, acquisitions, disposals and restructuring. We work with you to develop the right strategy before the deal, identify issues and points of negotiation and value. We implement change to deliver synergies and improvements and gain regulatory approval.  We support a wide range of clients including companies, charities, government, regulators and other public bodies from strategy through to execution.

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Chief Economist, John Hawksworth, sets out our latest long-term global growth projections to 2050.

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UK Economic Outlook

UK Economic Outlook

Regular PwC report covering outlook for economic growth at the national, sectoral and regional level, as well as prospects for inflation, earnings and interest rates. This edition also looks in detail at prospects for the housing market and takes a longer term view of the potential impact of AI and related technologies in both creating and displacing jobs.

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Tim Ogier
Partner, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)20 7804 5207
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