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Seismic changes are underway in the world’s cities, and by 2030 the world’s 750 largest metropolitan areas are projected to produce some US $80 trillion in economic output, or more than 60% of the world’s GDP, according to new projections published by Oxford Economics.
Graeme Harrison, Associate Director for Economic Impact and Industrial Cities at Oxford Economics, will be on hand to discuss our forecast and to answer any questions you might have. The following sessions are available.
Thursday, 22 May at 10:00am London
Friday, 23 May at 11:00am New York (4:00pm London)
About Graeme Harrison
Graeme Harrison is Associate Director on the Economic Impact & International Cities team of Oxford Economics, managing a group of five economists and consultants based in Belfast and London. Graeme leads large-scale international projects on cities and urban development, labour and human resources, education, international development, and economic-impact analysis.
Prior to joining Oxford Economics, Graeme was a Senior Economist for at the Ugandan Ministry of Finance through the distinguished Overseas Development Institute (ODI) Fellowship Programme.
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