The creative industries are often seen as a way to regenerate economies, but the rationale behind this is confused
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Creating high-skilled jobs indirectly generates demand for jobs in local services, offering opportunities to low-skilled people
City TalksCity Talks: Opportunity Zones with Bruce Katz
Andrew Carter is joined by Bruce Katz to explore what Opportunity Zones are, how they benefit left-behind places, and whether a version could be considered for the UK
A central recommendation of today’s House of Lords report is to introduce museums and cultural industries to struggling seaside communities. But this will do little to improve the day-to-day lives of existing residents.
Manchester attracts graduates despite a low average starting salary and the pull of London
New research by the ONS is a reminder of the pressing challenges cities will face in the era of automation, but it is not too late to turn these challenges into opportunities
Over half of the graduates from Manchester’s universities stay in the city after graduation – drawn by its attractive job market and social attractions
Focusing on the ‘everyday economy’ will not deliver the productivity boost that the Industrial Strategy hopes to achieve
To create sustainable, long-term economic outcomes for people with few or no qualifications, cities need to focus on attracting high-skilled businesses
Our recent report demonstrated where low-skilled people live generally, but what bearing does gender, ethnicity or age have on where low-skilled people tend to live and work?