How cities within the UK and abroad are taking steps to improve the skills of their residents, support higher productivity and boost jobs growth.
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Professor Michael Storper joined us as a guest lecturer in our City Horizons series of events.
The city of Seattle is raising its minimum wage, and hopes to find out whether helping the working poor will impact on jobs later on.
For the Taylor review to be effective, the Government must consider how its impact will vary across different parts of the country
Election 2017The general election manifestos: What’s in them for cities?
Elena Magrini looks at the key themes from the 2017 General Election
The second in our briefing series looks at the geography of the UK economy and why this matters for the industrial strategy.
Lessons from the Rhine-Ruhr and Randstad
The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
Frequently changing national policy has created big challenges for partners delivering apprenticeships in cities.
A Century of CitiesWhich cities will be most affected by the ‘National Living Wage’?
A new wage floor will not address the root causes of low pay.