The Long Run
This service provides in-depth, actionable insight into the issues that will shape the global economy and markets over the next 30 years. The service offers detailed forecasts and analysis covering more than 90% of the global economy, as well as financial, commodity and commercial property market returns.
The subscription to this service includes 4-5 emailed publications a month, direct access to our economists, a specially-curated archive of long-term research, and the opportunity to attend our on- and offline briefings.
- Forecasts out to 2050 for GDP growth, inflation, policy rates and exchange rates in the largest advanced and emerging economies;
- Projected investment returns to 2050 for equities, bonds, commodities and commercial property;
- A stream of research, from concise one-pagers to comprehensive deep-dives, which analyses and forecasts the likely outcomes of long-term economic and market issues.
Chief Global Economist
Jennifer McKeown is Chief Global Economist at Capital Economics. She leads a team of economists producing research on global themes and works closely with economists across Capital Economics’ regional services to shape the global view and to draw out the key implications of our forecasts. She is an important point of contact for many clients and presents frequently on the global economic outlook in person and at online events, as well as appearing regularly on TV and radio. Prior to becoming Chief Global Economist, Jennifer was Chief Europe Economist at Capital Economics. She joined the company from the Bank of England, where she also specialised in the economics of the euro-zone. She holds an MSc in economics from University College London and a BA in economics from the University of East Anglia.
Senior Economic Adviser
Vicky Redwood is our Senior Economic Adviser, primarily writing in-depth think pieces about cross-country issues. Vicky has worked at Capital Economics since 2003 and was previously the company’s Chief UK Economist. She joined Capital Economics from the Bank of England where, amongst other roles, she worked on the Financial Stability Review. Before working at the Bank, she studied Economics at Oxford and Warwick.
Justin Chaloner is a Senior Economist for our Global Economics Service. He helps lead The Long Run, our dedicated long-term research service, and CE Interactive, our data and charting tool. Prior to joining Capital Economics in October 2013, Justin was a research analyst at Bank of America Merrill Lynch specialising in equity strategy. Justin has a degree in Economics from Cambridge University.