The Prospect podcast #57: the problem with British capitalism
Paul Collier on how to redistribute economic activity from London to elsewhere in the country
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
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