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The Making of a World City

Clark, Greg

The Making of a World City

London 1991 to 2021

December 2014
  • 248 pages
  • Softcover
  • English
ISBN: 978-1-118-60974-3
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Description

If we can explain London?s successes and her remaining hallenges, we can unlock a better understanding of how cities succeed.

About the author

Greg Clark is a Londoner and expert on world cities. He works as an advisor to OECD, World Bank, Brookings Institution, ULI and more than 20 major cities around the world (including Auckland, Barcelona, Brisbane, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Moscow, New York, Oslo, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Singapore, Sydney and Toronto) but learned what he knows from working in London as a leader in city agencies during the period covered by this book. He has written four books for the OECD and several published reports for the Brookings Institution, British Council and ULI.