As the UK’s Covid-19 vaccination programme progresses policy makers should be planning how to repair the economic damage done by the pandemic and build back better.
Centre for Cities’ latest research, in partnership with HSBC UK, examines how and where jobs were created following the last Financial Crisis to inform thinking about what is likely to happen post-Covid-19.
It found that the jobs crisis is bigger than realised and the economy will need to create almost ten million new private sector jobs just to reverse the damage done in the past year.
To discuss the paper in more detail, Andrew Carter is joined by Centre for Cities’ Senior Analyst Kathrin Enenkel and Researcher Tom Sells.
City Talks: Tracy Brabin on her vision as West Yorkshire‘s first metro mayor
City Minutes: How can we level up struggling UK towns?
City Minutes: Exploring the cities versus towns debate
City Minutes: How to level up... public services
City Minutes: How to level up... transport
City Minutes: How to level up... high streets and city centres
City Minutes: How Covid-debt and Covid-saving will shape post-pandemic cities
City Minutes: How to level up.... skills
City Minutes: The legacy of sporting events on urban economies
City Talks: Professor Will Jennings on "The Politics of Levelling Up"
City Minutes: What do the 2021 metro mayoral elections mean for England's cities?
City Talks: Policies, politics and personalities in this year’s mayoral elections
City Talks: Jason Segedy and Kenan Fikri on America’s Legacy Cities
City Minutes: How realistic is a 15 minute city?
City Talks: Giles Wilkes on designing a successful industrial strategy
City Minutes: Outlook 2021 — Covid and levelling up
City Talks: Tony Travers on the Mayor of London
City Talks: Pat Ritchie on the biggest challenges for Newcastle
City Minutes: How has the pandemic affected air quality in cities?
Good Law | Bad Law
Turning the Tide, Saving the Chesapeake Bay
Sharon Says So
The Lawfare Podcast
Copyright © 2006-2021 Podbean.com