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.
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It is in cities, not clusters, where policy can help firms locate in one place, this paper looks at how policy can encourage this.
The Business Secretary’s speech shows there’s still thinking to be done on delivering a truly ‘place-based’ industrial strategy
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.
How the Government can develop an industrial strategy which recognises the significance of place in the national economy
Published in 2016, this data tool offers an overview of where graduates move to and from by city.
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.