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Head of Climate Economics
David Oxley joined Capital Economics in 2009 and is Head of Climate Economics. Previously, he was in charge of our Swiss & Nordic coverage as well as contributing more generally to the Europe Economics service. David has extensive international experience as a macroeconomist in both the private and public sectors. He has lived and worked in both New Zealand and Switzerland. David has degrees in Economics from University College London and Queen Mary, University of London.
Assistant Climate Economist
Hamad joined Capital Economics in July 2023 as an Assistant Climate Economist, having previously spent a year on placement at the company as part of his undergraduate degree. He holds a degree in Economics from the University of Surrey.