Andrew Carter has contributed a chapter on cities, mayors & economic growth to a new essay collection from the Institute for Government.
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Liverpool leading the way in local government reform
Mayors with regional responsibility would be more effective
With Metro Mayors off the table for now, what difference can a local authority elected mayor make in England's cities?
Directly elected mayors have the potential to overcome some of the key local governance challenges.
With the exception of Bristol, the city centres of England's largest cities are set to be hit particularly hard.
There is no doubt that London plays an important role in the UK economy, and has been a key driver of economic growth. But how much of London’s recent economic growth spills out to other parts of the UK?
City Leadership concludes that Britains current level of centralisation is holding cities back, with consequences for the national economy as a whole ... and identifies greater financial autonomy as a top priority, especially for our biggest city-regions.