This seminar, supported by JRF, launched a new report looking at how jobs are changing across UK cities.
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This Delivering Change report looks at how cities can best tackle youth unemployment in their areas.
Today marks a period of transition for thousands of young people receiving their A-level results, whether they’re going on to university, training or straight into work...
Micro economists look at firms and macro economists look at countries. Places are important as well.
Improving the options for young people not going to university means enabling cities
Our urban economies should be driving the national economy forward, but they're not. It's time to think cities.
Our briefing on the implications of the Autumn Statement for cities.
Findings from the OECD’s first international Survey of Adult Skills reveal that young people in England and Northern Ireland fall significantly behind many of their peers in other countries on literacy and numeracy.
A week on from last Wednesday’s Spending Review and last Thursday’s ‘Investing in Britain’s Future’ statement, what more do we know about what it all means for cities?
After six months of relative silence, the debate about the Olympic Legacy reappeared on front pages yesterday with a joint article by David Cameron and Boris Johnson. And it appears that they...