Despite strong city wide growth, some mid-sized cities suffer from weak urban cores, with subsequent negative impacts on the whole city economy.
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This 2011 paper looked at why the Government’s policy on Enterprise Zones needed to be radically different to the failed 80s policy.
The Spending Review gave us the detail on how the Government intends to reduce its £109 billion structural budget deficit. The impact of the cuts will certainly fall heavily on all cities.
Over the last decade, Derby’s economy has performed solidly, but how can Derby lock in its economic success, and widen access to the high-value economy?
Drawing on our City Relationships work in 2009, we investigated the economic relationships in Hull and Humber.
What can Belfast do to tackle concentrations of worklessness within the city? How can Belfast build on a decade of growth to encourage private enterprise in the city economy?
City Markets concludes that Business-led regeneration should focus on business-deprived areas but that the Government should subsidise business activity only where specific market failures exist, in proportion to those market failures and in line with local labour market and other conditions.