If we want better cities, we need to learn how to talk about them. Cities perform. But they do not compete.
published on 1 February 2007
Centre for Cities
When policymakers start talking of cities competitiveness, be sceptical. If they discuss a city’s competitors, be wary. These are warnings of shaky thinking ahead. And this is not just about semantics.
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