Cities and Urbanization

Coronavirus hasn't killed the city. Here's why

Our futures still lie in cities, write Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah Image: Unsplash/JuniperPhoton

Ian Goldin

Professor of Globalization and Development; Director, Oxford Martin Programme on Technological and Economic Change, University of Oxford

Robert Muggah

Co-founder, SecDev Group and Co-founder, Igarapé Institute

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