Report launch – Capital Losses: The role of London in the UK’s productivity puzzle

Join Centre for Cities and EC BID for the launch of a new report exploring London's productivity.

Event starts at 17:00 - 19:00 on 2 March 2023 at Central London venue to be announced

In March, Centre for Cities, with support from EC BID, will publish a new report exploring the role of London in the UK’s productivity puzzle.

This launch event will focus on the implications of London’s performance for both the capital’s economy and the national economy overall, and what this means for national policy that is focussing on levelling up and grappling with weak economic growth. The event will consist of a short presentation on the repot followed by a panel discussion and networking reception.

Details of the venue will be announced later this month.


Chris Giles, Economics Editor, Financial Times

Kate Hart, Chief Executive, EC BID

Professor Tony Travers, Director, LSE London

Paul Swinney, Director of Policy & Research, Centre for Cities

Chair: Andrew Carter, Chief Executive, Centre for Cities

This report is kindly supported by EC BID. 

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