As individual city policies come to replace national cities policies, this event reviewed three key, linked strands of this major shift: city deals, smart cities and what we call metropolitan federalism.
The mixture of fantasy and reality on which the Leave campaign is basing its arguments may be buiging but have the potential to do serious harm to the UK economy.
The evidence is unequivocal that universities in Scotland and the UK benefit massively from our membership of the EU.
Melanie van de Velde shares her exciting research around key challenges in the field of social enterprise. Her consultancy business Big Tree Global helps companies to create effective impact strategies for good outcomes for people and planet, as well as business benefits.
People are beginning to realise that land reform in Scotland may become just as important in urban areas as rural ones, especially in tackling urban vacancy and dereliction
Why the next focus for human rights work should be making rights real for ordinary people in their local communities and when accessing public services such as housing, health, social care and education.
The enormous growth in the severity, the scope and the incidence of benefit sanctions in the UK since the turn of the century
Ken Gibb examines a media story on the housing market, to scrutinise the facts of the story and the quality of analyis.
Introduction to a research project identifying factors influencing return to work in the over-50s.
Policy Scotland Advisory Board Member Paul Grice awarded a Knighthood (KBE) in the New Year Honours 2016.