Cities and Urbanization

The links between economic growth and social progress

It is becoming more evident that economic growth does not inevitably translate into quality changes in standards of life. Image: REUTERS/Nicky Loh

Mark Esposito

Chief Learning Officer, Nexus FrontierTech, Professor at Hult International Business School

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