In the media | 21 May 2024

CityAM: Londoners the cleverest people in the world: Latest Oxford Economics study


Oxford Economics’ Global Cities Index is a ground-breaking initiative that offers a comprehensive evaluation of the world’s 1,000 largest urban economies. This index, developed by a team of leading economists, provides unparalleled insights into the multifaceted nature of urban environments worldwide.

CityAM has evaluated our research and discovered that London’s human capital is second to nowhere in the world, helping the UK’s capital climb to the second spot on our latest Global Cities Index.

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