Theresa May's new industrial strategy needs to acknowledge the forces driving firms to locate in cities, and reduce the costs of doing so.
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To ensure inclusive growth under her premiership, Theresa May should focus on city centres.
Andrew talks to Henry Overman from the LSE and Alexander Lembcke from the OECD about the theory of 'agglomeration'.
Our briefing maps employment in the Tees Valley in order to understand the development of the area's economy.
Creating inclusive growth in cities must involve supporting knowledge-intensive firms to start up and succeed.
The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
Stiglitz's latest book looks at national policies to reduce inequality. The role of cities in widening opportunity is just as important.
Government intervention to support the steel industry won't improve the long term fortunes of Redcar and Port Talbot.
The rise of the city centre has big implications for transport and planning policy.
A Century of CitiesWhich cities will be most affected by the ‘National Living Wage’?
A new wage floor will not address the root causes of low pay.