What can elected mayors do for our cities?

Date: 
29 March 2012
Authors: 
Tom Gash, Sam Sims

This collection of essays seeks to bring together in one place the evidence on what mayoral governance could do for our cities. The authors, from a number of leading think tanks and policy institutes, assess the record of elected mayors so far and review the evidence for what they can offer in terms of democratic engagement, economic vitality and leadership in austere times.

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