The Centre for Cities was delighted to hold a roundtable, in partnership with the What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth, with Governor Martin O'Malley, who as Mayor of Baltimore, encouraged better use of data for bold, evidence-based, policy making in the city.
This event has already taken place, but you can read a note about the discussion here.
The Centre for Cities and What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth are delighted to host a high level roundtable discussing how regional policymaking and local economic growth can be transformed through making better use of evidence. We are delighted to be joined at this meeting by Martin O’Malley, Governor of Maryland, who will discuss his experiences of using data to support economic growth during his time as Mayor of Baltimore.
This event will be an opportunity for a select group of senior level attendees from local and national government, business and academia to exchange ideas about how better use of evidence could transform cities. The discussion will cover questions such as:
The event is by invitation only, if you are interested in attending please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.