Glasgow Riverside Innovation District (GRID) is a partnership between the University of Glasgow, Scottish Enterprise and Glasgow City Council, founded on an inclusive innovation approach.
What is the possibility of an Edinburgh-Glasgow economic system and why have policy efforts to promote the system have come and gone?
An online round table discussion with Lord Sainsbury to discuss industrial policy issues highlighted in his book Windows of Opportunity: How Nations Create Wealth.
A new book edited by Professor Chris Chapman and Professor Mel Ainscow outlines an agenda for change within Scottish education based on research by the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change.
Policy Scotland is offering three internships for postgraduate taught students and postgraduate researchers at Glasgow University.
This micro briefing presents a range of evidence relating to the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on disabled people.
Third working paper that uses publicly available Department for Work and Pensions data on Universal Credit in Glasgow and Scotland to investigate the income crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scotland’s universities must work together in the national interest to maintain international excellence
While COVID-19 has demonstrated the massive role universities have to play in Scottish society, it has also brought into sharp focus some challenges our sector faces.
Dr David Waite analyses the implications of the Scottish Government’s Programme for Government, published 1 September 2020.
The scale of the challenges faced by people on low incomes in the COVID-19 crisis is becoming clearer This paper updates Universal Credit figures to July 2020 and highlights new areas of concern.