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How will the shift to hybrid working limit London’s future potential and how should policy tackle this?
Join Centre for Cities and EC BID for the launch of this new report exploring hybrid working and agglomeration in London.
Cities have a vital role to play in tackling the region’s persistent productivity gap that costs the Midlands £18 billion annually.
Urban economies essential for driving growth in the Midlands Engine are underperforming, and low productivity is to blame.
A discussion on regional economic inequality in the UK and the challenges of policy intervention.
If the UK as a whole is to become more innovative, businesses in the Capital will need more reasons to invest in R&D and other intangible assets.
After the financial crisis, London lost the status of being the UK’s engine of productivity growth. Now it may risk losing the status of the UK’s engine of overall growth.
A comparison with Paris highlights the weaknesses that emerged in London since the financial crisis
While London’s stuttering presents an additional productivity challenge, it should be possible for policy makers to deal with two separate productivity problems simultaneously.
Weak investment in intangibles may be one of the explanations behind London’s weak productivity growth.