An economic analysis of the Cambridge-Oxford Corridor (2016)

This study by SQW and Cambridge Econometrics provides an economic analysis of the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford Corridor, using an economic framework developed for the study. The work draws both on quantitative data analysis and projections, and on a number of in-depth case studies. The latter sought to explore the process of growth and to consider how different constraints to growth have been overcome, both historically within the Corridor and through reference to international comparative examples.

The report provided part of the evidence base which informed the National Infrastructure Commission’s Interim Report on the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford Corridor.

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