Published in 2016, this data tool offers an overview of where graduates move to and from by city.
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In 2016 Prof McCann discussed the findings of his book on the regional economic problem in the UK
How UK cities compare with their European counterparts.
Cities drive the economy, and they also generate taxes from employment and firms. But over the last decade, not all cities have seen a rise in the taxes they generate.
We were delighted to host author of 'If Mayors Ruled the World', the late Benjamin Barber in London in June 2016.
Our City Horizons event series heads to Manchester to host Tristram Hunt MP on how resurgent cities will reshape the UK.
How increasing local tax-raising powers can incentivise cities to grow.
How have City and Local Growth Deals supported the development of employment and skills policies that reflect local demand?
How have cities changed over the years, and what factors have affected their growth and decline over a century?
Practical policy solutions for supporting university and high-growth business collaboration in cities