Cities and Urbanization

How the EU is working to 'reinvent' urban areas to increase productivity

Manufacturing in an urban context has been shown to provide comparatively secure and well-paid jobs. Image: Unsplash/ Matt Jones

Johannes Novy

Senior Lecturer in Urban Planning, School of Architecture and Cities, University of Westminster

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