Change that comes from the cities.
A Soul for Europe

Whilst I admire the leadership shown by many mayors I recently read Jane Jacobs book Cities and the Wealth of Nations. This has much to say about the economic drivers for well-being in a city – rather than just pure profit. Her writings bridged the gap between the then academic world of economics and the more on-the-ground world of urban planning. In fact it feels like a relevant common sense contribution to the issues faced today. Rare but wise.

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