The Government has the opportunity to create a simple, strong, long-term financial incentive for growth. Eric Pickles has started out in the right direction, yet there still remains room for improvement.
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With university fees increasing and the majority of universities set to charge the full £9,000, what does this mean for city economies?
This 2011 paper looked at why the Government’s policy on Enterprise Zones needed to be radically different to the failed 80s policy.
Cities Outlook 2011 reveals the cities that are bouncing back strongest from the recession, and those that are likely to continue to struggle for some time.
It’s good to see national government putting tangible powers on the table with the potential to deliver on the rhetoric around localism.
Over the last decade, Derby’s economy has performed solidly, but how can Derby lock in its economic success, and widen access to the high-value economy?
Firm Intentions finds practical policy ideas for how further private sector employment can be supported across England’s cities.
Drawing on our City Relationships work in 2009, we investigated the economic relationships in Hull and Humber.
In order to unlock the potential of cities and increase private sector growth, the Government will need to adopt a radical new approach to economic development.
FutureStory Glasgow forms part of a series of six books made up of a collection of local case studies, with accompanying DVDs, tracing how people and businesses in cities and regions across the country are adapting to the global economy.