Join us to discuss and debate the key findings from the city evolutions project
Principal investigator Professor Ron Martin will be speaking at a major Centre for Cities public lecture on 12 December
We will be in Peterborough on 29 November to explore how the city has adapted to industrial decline and change
We will be in Bristol on 21 June to explore how the city has adapted to industrial decline and change
We will be in Birmingham on 13 June to explore, in depth, how the city has adapted to industrial decline and change.
We will be collaborating with the Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society on its fourth conference looking at the impact on places in an age of globalisation.
We will be in the Tees Valley area on 23 March to explore, in depth, how the city region has adapted to industrial decline and change. There are few places which have experienced economic change as profoundly as Tees Valley and this workshop will explore how institutions and policies helped the city to adapt.
As part of the City Evolutions research, we have selected five different cities for an in-depth exploration of the role of institutional arrangements and policy initiatives in dealing with economic change over the past 5 decades, including Glasgow. Economic change has been profound in Glasgow in the decades since the 1960s, with the decline of Read More…
To better understand the differences in the economic growth patterns of UK cities, we will be exploring the economic paths of five different cities in depth. These are Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Tees Valley (specifically Middlesbrough and Stockton) and Peterborough. Details for Glasgow and Tees Valley are now online. While every city has a distinct story to tell Read More…
Cities throughout history experience different patterns of growth. Some might show fast growth over longer periods, while others may struggle and slip into decline. Yet, in spite of this, cities can experience a turnaround: some cities in decline may experience renewed growth, and growing cities can experience the reverse. A city’s ability to adapt and Read More…