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?
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Cities can offer low-skilled people good economic outcomes that support inclusive growth aims, but inclusive growth cannot come without economic growth.
While arguments rage about how the Stronger Towns Fund came about and the size of it, the more fundamental question is what should it be spent on?
The Fair Funding Review proposes that local government grants are given on the basis of population size, rather than need. Is this the fairest way, or is there more to how local authorities should be funded?
Voters North of the River Tyne will pick their first metro mayor in May, here we outline some priorities for them to consider.
The Government’s rejection of the One Yorkshire devolution is an opportunity to give Yorkshire’s cities the powers they need to thrive
While the number of degree holders has risen everywhere in recent years, some cities are pulling away
As a decade of austerity comes to end, this year’s edition of Cities Outlook looks at how city spending has changed.
As robots take over the world of work, this report investigates the types of skills that humans will increasingly need to succeed in the future.
Towns and cities have different roles to play in the economy, and the success of one is often dependent on the other.