How the Government can develop an industrial strategy which recognises the significance of place in the national economy
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Understanding the characteristics of cities, and the kinds of businesses they attract will help cities develop their industrial strategies.
The briefing offers a detailed look at the migration patterns of Leeds' students and graduates
Our annual healthcheck of 63 UK cities this year focuses on exports. It asks where cities export to globally, what they sell, and how much.
Published in 2016, this data tool offers an overview of where graduates move to and from by city.
What is the scale of the graduate brain drain into London, and how can other cities bring back some of their most talented young people?
Different types of businesses make different decisions about where they locate, this report explains why.
The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
What role do Cambridge, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Swindon and Norwich play in the UK economy?
How can local areas use their public assets to support local economic growth and financial returns?