As the UK exits the EU it would be a missed opportunity not to reassess where power rests across the country, and in particular how this applies to cities.
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While financial services tend to be centred in London, the industry plays a big role in cities across the country, and any deal for the sector after Brexit must recognise this.
City TalksFive reflections on ‘the revenge of places that don’t matter’
In our latest podcast, Professor Andres Rodriguez-Pose claims spatial inequality is the root cause of rising populism
In this talk, Bruce Katz explored the rise of cities in the age of populism
Getting ready for mayorsBrexit, Trump and the New Localism
With major distractions in national governments both in the US and UK, it is up to cities to deal with real and practical challenges.
Last week marked the half-way point in the two-year time limit for Brexit negotiations under Article 50. While there is now a transition deal in place to avoid a cliff-edge exit next year, there...
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
Andrew Carter reflects on the key themes and developments for UK cities in the past 12 months
We were joined by Professor Ron Martin for our City Horizons series of events discussing the resilience of cities following economic shocks.
Professor Michael Storper joined us as a guest lecturer in our City Horizons series of events.