July 17 Shchusev 13:55 - 14:30 | Investments , Innovation , Strategy
Lecture by the Economist The New Localism and the Global Urban Economy: Bruce Katz
New Localism has emerged as the primary way that nations solve hard economic, social and environmental challenges. Problem-solving is increasingly led from the bottom up, by cities. It is multi-sectoral; designed and delivered by public, private, civic, university and community institutions rather than government exclusively. And it tends to be more inter-disciplinary than the bureaucratic and specialized models of siloed agencies that were developed in the 20th century. New Localism is being led by a group of vanguard cities like Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Copenhagen, which are inventing new norms of growth, governance and finance that are then adapted and adopted by cities across the world.