Encouraging innovation should be central to the Government’s Industrial Strategy. But who should foot the bill for interventions in innovation? This is a question highlighted in our recent work on the Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Park.
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Many areas will no doubt look to the West Midlands’ newly published local industrial strategy as a template, but they must identify what the barriers to high productivity businesses are in their own areas if they are to be useful
What the most recent Bank of England speech did and didn’t say about the role of place in the national economy.
This event launched our work looking at how to encourage innovation policy and where, with Lord David Sainsbury
How can policymakers foster business innovation within local and national industrial strategy? This report sets out lessons from Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Park, which is helping to transform the city region from a place of low-cost production to one of high-value knowledge output
North of Tyne's new Mayor should focus on boosting the city region's economy.
Most British cities have a relatively diverse exports base. But some rely heavily on single sectors – with implications for future trade.
For Britain’s cities, Commonwealth trade is not a substitute for access to the EU market
Increased post-Brexit access to global markets is unlikely to compensate cities for their loss of access to the EU single market
As Britain prepares to leave the EU, our new trade report finds that services make up the majority of all city exports and examines how a goods-only customs arrangement might affect jobs and prosperity