Local economic data is often incomplete and problematic. Only by analysing how cities fare across the full range of indicators can we hope to gauge their performance.
Showing 131–140 of 293 results.
Automation will bring opportunities as well as challenges. Policy makers need to act now to ensure that cities across the UK can benefit
Reducing place to one of a number of ‘foundations’ will limit the ability of the Industrial Strategy to tackle the UK’s productivity malaise
The latest of the devolution deals brings together the coalition of the willing, but its long term effectiveness depends on bringing its neighbours along too.
The Budget seems to have signalled a re-ignition of interest from the Government in cities and devolution.
To raise national productivity, the Government should support cities outside the Greater South East to address the challenges they face
How productivity varies across the country, and what this means for policy makers
Cultural projects are often hailed as the economic solution for struggling cities – but tackling skills gaps will do more to create jobs and boost wages
The costs of growth, such as high property prices, congestion and air pollution, need to be managed to help sustain success in our most buoyant city economies
The company's stipulations underline the importance of skills, transport and amenities in attracting high skilled jobs