Urban and Rural Economic Development in the Post-Brexit Landscape: A community governance approach

Contemporary Issues in Economics and Policy: A New Seminar Series hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs

This seminar series is led by Future Economies Research Centre and reflects the key themes and aims within Future Economies. Their key themes include scholarly and impactful world leading research on behavioral economics and governance, the visitor economy, sports economy, taxation, global trade, analytics, and the green economy.

Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University Business School on Thursday, 1 March 2018 (5:00 pm to 7:00pm in G34)

In this informal seminar, Dr Rory Shand, will discuss one of the many policy uncertainties facing central and local government after the UK’s exit from the European Union in 2019; that of economic development.

This series is designed to foster national debate and each seminar will be of interest to policymakers, business leaders, members of the public and, indeed, anyone concerned about the state of the present and the future.

Future Economies responses to policy challenges and changes such as Brexit and devolution to the city regions are focused on world-leading scholarly outputs directly shaping and leading policy and business change across the Manchester city region, nationally, and globally.s.


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