A new OECD paper on successful local economic leadership, co-authored by The Business of Cities’ Greg Clark, Tim Moonen and Emily Moir and the OECD’s Debra Mountford, was launched at Manchester Town Hall on June 25th at the 11th Annual OECD Forum.
The paper features latest insights and case studies from Amsterdam, Hamburg, Manchester and Stockholm.
The paper can be read in full here
The Business of Cities Greg Clark and Tim Moonen produce a new report addressing the issue of how the real estate industry must adapt and meet the demands of the new normal – sustainable spaces in which to create innovation through knowledge, science, culture, and creativity whilst enhancing quality of life.
Greg Clark shares his insights on Brisbane’s interconnectedness to other Australian cities and why this is unique to Australia and forms part of the city’s credentials as a serious contributor to the emerging global cities debate.
A review from the Centre for Cities of the publication Making a World City: London 1991 – 2021
The Business of Cities’ Emily Moir and Greg Clark have published an important new report on city density on behalf of ULI. The paper breaks new ground in unpacking the different meanings and scales of density, and the opportunities for future densification in cities. Click image to view report.
Greg Clark shares OECD findings about local economic development at an urban regeneration and transition panel in Derry, Ireland. He explains the role of collaborative leaders and institutions by drawing on experience in Bilbao, Cape Town and Los Angeles.
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Greg Clark is featured in an extensive interview with Indian national business newspaper Mint, on the subject of urbanisation and business development. Click here to view
Moscow Urban Forum has published new research by The Business of Cities on the dynamic relationships between world cities and their national governments. Entitled ‘World Cities and Nation States: Promoting a New Deal for the 21st Century’, this groundbreaking report sheds new light on the way political systems in 12 world cities are beginning to adapt to the urban age.
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