Russell Harris says that after Brexit, closer economic ties with London are essential for Wales
Ahead of the Welsh Government establishing its National Infrastructure Commission for Wales, Ed Evans takes a look at what’s happening at a UK level and what – or if – Wales has anything to learn and gain from these developments
Mike Hedges continues his consideration of the organisation of public services in Wales
Chris Johnes considers a recent Wales Centre for Public Policy report on inclusive growth and the welsh economy
Andrew Carter argues that automation will bring big opportunities to Welsh cities, but we need to act now to prepare people for the changes ahead.
Brian Morgan shares his analysis of the Welsh Government’s new Economic Action Plan
Derek Griffiths reflects on international approaches to infrastructure projects to offer some lessons for Wales
Can the Great West emulate the success of the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine? Professor Gill Bristow of Cardiff University considers the opportunity for the region to deliver on the UK Government’s place-based Industrial Strategy
Mike Hedges says that some public services should be remapped in south west Wales as part of the Swansea Bay City Region.