By Kenneth Gibb, University of Glasgow The 20th Commonwealth Games have come and gone. Glasgow has demonstrated that it can successfully deliver a large-scale, global, multi-sport and cultural event. It can fill the stadia, shuttle people around the city relatively efficiently, and generally provide a positive and memorable experience for visitors and residents alike. I…
New research on the Scottish Census data with information about the Scottish identity in Scotland.
Policy Scotland has have established a new legacy research network to bring cities and academics together to share learning about what works and what does not from sporting and cultural events around the world
First International Legacy Network Conference: Glasgow 2014: Legacy, Partnership, Regeneration? October 14-16 2015, Mitchell Library, GlasgowConference Organised by Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow, in partnership with the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life. You are warmly invited to attend and/or participate at the above multi-disciplinary professional and academic conference. We welcome…
Paper on the future prosperity of Scotland in independence viewed from Australia.
Analysis of currency options for an independent Scotland by Professor Ronald Macdonald.
Event hosted by Glasgow University and Reform Scotland with two politicians from different parties explaining which further powers they would like to see Scotland obtain and how they see the constitution developing.
Call for papers for a conference focused on a different direction for economic policy to achieve the objectives of a sustainable and equitable Scotland.
New research on the Scottish census data shows that 1 in 6 of Scotland’s households of two or more people are multi-ethnic. Ethnic diversity is increasing throughout Scottish society, as immigrants have settled in new areas, and the mix of ethnic groups has grown. A comparison of recent censuses in Scotland by the Centre on…
Recording of a policy reunion focused on the Scottish Climate Change Act 2009, the most significant piece of legislation approved by the Scottish Parliament in its third session 2007-2011.