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Greg Clark is a world-recognised expert on the future of cities.
Greg Clark has been a strategic advisor to more than 20 cities on 5 continents and has led international city networks and projects on economic strategy, city leadership, openness and migration, urban investment, long-term strategic planning, and city branding. These cities include London, Sao Paulo, Singapore, New York, and Hong Kong.
Clark’s work involves a large portfolio of high profile international advisory roles, and a number of innovative research roles. He is Senior Fellow at the Urban Land Institute; Chief Advisor and Chairman of the OECD’s Forum on Local Development and Investment; and Lead Advisor on the World Bank Urbanisation Knowledge Forum.
He is also chairman of the London Stansted Cambridge Consortium; a member of the London Enterprise Partnership; a Global Fellow of the Brookings Institution in Washington; Associate of LSE Cities; Chairman of British BIDs; and a Visiting Professor at Cass Business School. He advises many global companies on working with global cities, among his regular clients are JLL, GVA, Siemens, Microsoft, and JP Morgan Chase.
Clark has led many key projects in recent years on the development of London. He was previously a Commissioner on the West End Commission (2012-13), Member of the Promote London Council (2010), Managing Director at Greater London Enterprise, CEO of London Enterprise Agency/OneLondon, and a Director at the London Docklands Development Corp.
Greg Clark is the author of more than 10 books and major reports on city development. His recent publications include A Short History of Global Cities which examines the rise and fall of global cities; and World cities and Nation States, a collection of case studies observing the new relationships between 12 leading world cities as the basis for starting a global discussion about the ways that nation states are adjusting to the globalisation of major cities.