Industry in Britain: an atlas
Richard Davies and
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The UK's financial services industry is not nearly as London-centric as the creative industries. Rather than the South East of England being the country's productivity engine, it is a band stretching west from the capital along the M4 corridor towards Bristol. And in addition to longstanding concerns about the North-South divide, there are emerging disparities between coastal and inland areas.
Keywords: productivity; business performance; regional disparities; UK economy; industrial strategy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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