What long term impact will the Great Recession have on our cities?
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Milton Keynes offers the solution to the South East's housing crisis.
The answer to the housing crisis is not garden cities, but the cities we already have.
Micro economists look at firms and macro economists look at countries. Places are important as well.
Harking back to the past is unlikely to support job opportunities for the majority in the future.
Our urban economies should be driving the national economy forward, but they're not. It's time to think cities.
Policy should concentrate on improving the fundamentals that affect business growth
Looking at flows of people from Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester
We get to the bottom of the mystery surrounding the competing statistics that are being used to describe the economic recovery in our cities.
The conversation needs to move on from reviving retail