Hosted by Jeffrey Mason, in the company of esteemed guests Martin Rama and Yue Li, our most recent episode plunges into the enthralling domain of private cities. Tune in to explore this new frontier in urban development, the intricate dance between governance entities, and the triumphs and obstacles that confront private cities. Additionally, we’ll uncover the promising prospects that await on the horizon.
CCI’s Jeff Mason was published in the Progress Forum alongside authors Kartik Akileswaran and Jonathan Mazumdar.
A lively conversation with Joe McReynolds, co-author of Emergent Tokyo: Designing the Spontaneous City about the characteristics of Tokyo urbanism, the role of policy in the city, lessons that may be applied to charter cities, and also some of Joe’s thoughts on China’s current military capabilities.
CCI’s Jeff Mason was published in the Investment Monitor: Africa’s new cities look to nurture and keep talent in the continent.
Join us for a round-the-world trip where Charlie Robertson delves into the history of South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the West, and offers his explanation for why some countries have flourished while others have floundered.
The West’s misconceptions about Africa are vast, particularly when it comes to the realm of business. Today we are joined by Dr. Deanne de Vries, who has worked across the continent in various capacities for over 30 years.
You won’t want to miss the first-ever Africa’s New Cities Summit!