The second event in our City Horizons series features Prof Ed Glaeser discussing 'Comeback Cities' with Newsnight's Duncan Weldon.
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Audio, video and slides of the recent City Horizons event from renowned urban economist Professor Edward Glaeser.
A Century of CitiesThe return of the big city
Birmingham and Manchester have not created enough knowledge jobs to relieve their industrial hangover, but they are well on their way.
A Century of CitiesKIBS and candy floss: economic change in coastal towns since 1911
Brighton and Blackpool offer an interesting comparison when looking at the fate of coastal cities over the last century.
A Century of CitiesHow NIMBYism costs those who block development
Cities with new industries, like Oxford and Cambridge, have not expanded as much as they could have.
A Century of CitiesHanging by a thread
Former cotton towns have struggled to create jobs in new industries. They need to follow Manchester's lead.
A Century of CitiesWhy are new towns the fastest growing UK cities over the last century?
Crawley and Peterborough have grown remarkably, but the two cities now face very different challenges
Audio, video and slides from our first City Horizons event at Warwick Business School in the Shard.
A Century of CitiesLondon – the great adaptor
London hasn’t always been successful, but its ability to reinvent its economy holds lessons for other UK cities.
The first in our City Horizons event series explores the fall and rise of urban Britain with guest speaker Professor Nick Crafts.