Paul Gregg is a professor of economic and social policy in the Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath. He is a member of the government’s commission on social mobility. He also sits on the commission that sets the living wage and the social metrics commission which is seeking to develop a consensual measure of poverty. He is a research fellow for the Resolution Foundation and has previously been part of the foundation’s work on minimum wages and the design of universal credit. He recently undertook reports on full employment and youth labour market progression for them. He is director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Policy at Bath and his research has covered Britain’s performance on wages, youth unemployment, workless households, child poverty, intergenerational mobility and the drivers of social disadvantage.
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Cities have traditionally been the beating heart of the change, dynamism and social mixing that genuine social mobility requires. But is that still the case?