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The story of Microsoft's relocation to Seattle shows the importance of luck in a city's success.
Rachel Smith looks at the dispersal of higher and lower skilled jobs between city centres and urban fringes.
Analysis highlights the importance of fulfilling the economic potential of England's mid-sized cities.
A new change in the Youth Contract means there will be a much-needed targeted approach.
Greater diversity in cities has an important impact on their long-term economic success.
Branch businesses like Tesco play an important role in our cities by making them more attractive to outside businesses.
New research from SERC suggests that public sector employment does not generate a multiplier effect.
More people aged 20-24 are living with their parents. Paul Swinney looks at the pattern across cities.
The IMF reported last week on the state of the UK’s economic recovery; it was widely noted that Mr Osborne had sidestepped Damocles’ sword in what could potentially have been a damning outcome.
Paul Swinney questions the value of the Government's new scheme to encourage enterprise amongst young people.