Powering the Midlands Engine

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Dupont, Jonathan
Policy Exchange
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7 December 2018
Community Development and Regeneration, Employment, Education and Skills
Social welfare
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Most countries have an unequal distribution of economic activity geographically, but Britain is unusual in its disparity. This report uses the Midlands region as a case study of the different approaches a Local Industrial Strategy might take in tackling its productivity challenges.

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