Paul Collier on how to redistribute economic activity from London to elsewhere in the countryby Prospect Team / October 31, 2018 / Leave a comment
Prospect speaks to Paul Collier, the Oxford economist, about Britain’s London problem. The capital city attracts a huge amount amount of the country’s economic activity and keeps the benefits for itself: how can Britain’s smaller towns and cities get their fair share?
Hosted by Tom Clark, with Steve Bloomfield and Alex Dean. Producer, Jay Elwes