Paul Swinney, Principal Economist, Centre for Cities

Paul Swinney,  Principal Economist, Centre for Cities

Paul Swinney,
Principal Economist, Centre for Cities

How to develop city economies fit for the future – Day Two @ 10:20

In his role as Principal Economist, Paul leads on the data analysis undertaken by the Centre. He has a particular interest in research on the spatial development of city economies, private sector growth, and enterprise. His current work focuses on the role that city centres play in the wider city economy, the evolution of out of town employment sites and what this means for future economic growth.

Paul is a regular media commentator, including print, radio and TV, and has spoken at conferences across the UK on subjects relating to the performance of city economies. He has an economics degree from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and a Postgraduate Certificate in Econometrics from Birkbeck College.