The Government’s industrial strategy must identify how rural areas can complement the role played by city economies.
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Different types of businesses make different decisions about where they locate, this report explains why.
Theresa May's new industrial strategy needs to acknowledge the forces driving firms to locate in cities, and reduce the costs of doing so.
The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
Economic trends are concentrating jobs in cities. Policy should foster the benefits of 'agglomeration', and address the costs.
What does the data tell us about the take-up and success rates of apprenticeships so far?
Cities need to recognise and respond to the preferences driving where people choose to live.
Why do people live where they do?
The Government's rural productivity plan fails to recognise the interrelationship between urban and rural areas.
Policy-making in cities must be based on a sound understanding of where people live and work.