Distinctiveness should be the by-product of a successful strategy — not the overarching goal
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Some sectors have seen job decreases as they’ve become more productive – but have also helped boost jobs in other sectors
The 'long tail' of low productivity firms will not be answer to the productivity puzzle, instead the focus should be on the firms that export goods and services locally and beyond.
Many people enjoy both living and working in city centres around the country, but there won’t always be space for both.
City centres have become great places to live, work and play, but in some of our most vibrant city centres, there is not enough land to suit the needs of everyone.
While politicians and commentators despair at the US’s proposed trade tariffs, they marvel at local level policies that attempt to do the exact same thing
This report looks at Birmingham's skills profile and the implications for its economy.
City TalksCity Talks: Measuring city performance in the modern economy
How should the performance of cities in the modern economy be measured? This podcast explores the issues.
Northern cities have been hit hard by the loss of jobs in exporting firms in the past century. Ensuring this doesn’t happen again should be a priority for local industrial strategies.
‘Price flexing’ reflects the logic of devolution – and would help both cities and supermarkets prosper in future.