29 March 2019
School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, Cardiff, CF10 3WT
There is widespread belief that Brexit will have substantial economic consequences for regions and cities, but that the impacts and any subsequent economic recovery will vary across the UK. This workshop brings together various academics, and the public and private sectors, to discuss potential urban and regional impacts across the UK, and possible urban and regional strategies for mediating the economic consequences of Brexit.
Professor Philip McCann (Sheffield University Management School, University of Sheffield)
Professor Anne Green (City REDI, University of Birmingham)
Cllr Huw Thomas (Leader, Cardiff City Council)
Dr Rachel Minto (Wales Governance Centre, Cardiff University)
Ben Cottam (Federation of Small Businesses)
Professor Gill Bristow (School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University)
Organised by the Cities Research Centre, School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University and co-sponsored by the Economic Geography Research Group.
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