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Cities and regions


How much income you have, how that income has grown, and how far that incomes stretches – particularly with regard to housing costs – depends to a large extent on where you live in Britain. Our work focuses on regional living standards trends, and the role of local and regional policy in shaping those shifts.

Contacts

Lindsay Judge

Research Director
T: 0203 372 2951
E: lindsay.judge@resolutionfoundation.org

Krishan Shah

Economist
T: 0203 372 2950
E: krishan.shah@resolutionfoundation.org
Events

Policy making beyond Westminster

Economic lessons from 25 years of national devolution

Register to attend in person or to receive access link for online viewers. 1999 saw the Scottish Parliament, the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Senedd all meet in their full…
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Building a better Britain

How cities like Bradford can help to end economic stagnation

This event is in Bradford. Register to attend in person. A toxic combination of 15 years of low growth, and four decades of high inequality, has left Britain poorer and…
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Boosting prosperity across Britain

How cities like Bristol can help to end economic stagnation

This event was in Bristol. A toxic combination of 15 years of low growth, and four decades of high inequality, has left Britain poorer and falling behind its peers. Wages…
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Ending stagnation

The role of cities like Nottingham in boosting economic prosperity across Britain

This event was in Nottingham. A toxic combination of 15 years of low growth, and four decades of high inequality, has left Britain poorer and falling behind its peers. Productivity…
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Overcoming stagnation

A new strategy for economic prosperity in Britain?

This event is in Bath. Register to attend in person. Economic growth in the UK has been sluggish ever since the global financial crisis. More recent large-scale disruptions caused by…
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Publications

Talking trade-offs

Deliberations on a higher-productivity future in the Birmingham and Greater Manchester urban areas

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The cities of Manchester and Birmingham may have illustrious economic histories, but today both underperform the national average on a number of key economic measures. This is especially the case…
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Events

In place of centralisation

Devolution for London, Manchester and Birmingham

Devolution is essential to both tackle economic inequality across England and drive national economic growth. Significant change has already occurred, with metro mayors and combined authorities taking control over significant areas…
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Making Greater Manchester great again

What is GM’s plausible path to greater prosperity?

This event was held in Manchester. Greater Manchester has long been centre-stage in visions of a more geographically equal country – from the Northern Powerhouse to levelling up. But the…
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