Webinar: What is the 'Levelling Up' agenda? With Professor Colin Talbot, Research Associate, University of Cambridge

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Join our webinar with Professor Colin Talbot, Emeritus Professor at, the University of Manchester and also a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, as he discusses what the Government's 'Levelling Up' agenda really means for the UK. 

Colin has already produced a number of research pieces on the subject matter, with further reports due out in the coming months. You can view his work here.

 

  • Professor Colin Talbot

    Research Associate

    The University of Cambridge

    Prof Colin Talbot is recently retired from, and now an Emeritus Professor at, the University of Manchester and also a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. Before becoming a full-time academic in 1990, Colin had a varied career including working in public service.  He has extensive experience of management and organisational development both before and during his academic career.  He's also been a consultant to numerous public (and some private) organisations and an adviser to govenrment both in the UK and abroad,  He has appeared as an expert witness more than two dozen times in the Westerminster Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly and Scottish Parliament.

 

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