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OXONIA, The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy, provides a global forum for engaging a broad consortium of those in the public policy community into the analysis, discussion, and dissemination of policy issues, with the aim of encompassing innovative academic research into the broad public policy framework.

Recognising that global interdependences influence nearly all of today’s policy debates, OXONIA’s membership reflects an internationally-renowned group of academics and policy experts with diverse background and expertise. Such a diversity constitutes the unique feature that distinguishes OXONIA, The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy, from other international think-tanks. Indeed, by building on such a diversity, OXONIA aims to be a catalyst in the policy debate globally.

To this end, OXONIA, The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy, coordinates its own research programs supported by the Institute’s members, promotes a series of publications, and hosts a variety of seminars, workshops and conferences. Based in Oxford, OXONIA enjoys the support of an internationally distinguished academic community that provides constant input into all the Institute’s activities.

OXONIA, The Oxford Institute for Economic Policy, is an independent and non-profit organisation. Subscription to the Institute is free and open to everyone, and entitles subscribers to get regular updates on activities and publications.


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