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Issue 7: Nov 2013

HEALTH, WELL BEING AND AGEING: SCOTLAND 2020

In this issue's policy focus we feature a range of articles looking at Health, Well Being and Ageing: Scotland 2020. We also consider a range of broader public policy issues. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Issue 8 will feature Smart Cities: Smart Services: Smart Working. Ranging from carbon consumption to mobility and from digital innovation to global competitiveness, the combination of our cities as growth drivers and the evolving need for smart cultures in all we do present tremendous challenges and opportunities. Issue 8 will provide a platform for discussion of Scotland's 'Smart' horizon. We will also feature a range of broader public policy issues. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Please contact us if you would like to discuss advertising in or writing for the next edition at scottishpolicynow@mackayhannah.com

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Issue 6

TRAINING, SKILLS, EDUCATION AND THE ECONOMY

Our sixth issue policy focus is on the policy theme of Training, Skills, Education and the Economy. We also consider a range of broader public policy issues. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Our next issue will feature discussion and analysis on the policy theme of Health, Well Being and Ageing: Scotland 2020. Please contact us if you would like to discuss contributing to the next issue: scottishpolicynow@mackayhannah.com

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Issue 5

GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC SERVICES, MODERNISATION

Our fifth issue policy focus is on the theme of Government, Public Services and Modernisation. We also consider a range of broader public policy issues. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Our next issue will feature discussion and analysis on the policy theme of Training, Skills, Education and the Economy. Please contact us if you would like to discuss contributing to the next issue: scottishpolicynow@mackayhannah.com

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Issue 4: December 2012

THE GREEN ECONOMY, CARBON AND ENERGY

Our fourth issue policy focus is on the Green Economy, Carbon and Energy. We also consider a range of broader public policy issues. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Our next issue will feature discussion and analysis across the policy theme of Government, Public Services and Modernisation, including single bodies, shared services, reform, governance, total place budgeting, accountability, transparency and more. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the next edition.

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Issue 3: July 2012

CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Our third issue's policy focus examines the opportunities and challenges presented by the aim of delivering a sustained programme of capital investment in infrastructure. We also consider a range of broader public policy issues. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Our next issue will feature discussion and analysis across the policy themes of carbon, the green economy, renewables and waste. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the next edition.

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Issue 2: March 2012

SCOTTISH BUDGET, PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM, CITIES POLICY AND THIS ISSUE'S POLICY FOCUS - CARE AND HEALTH

Our second issue features perspectives on the Scottish Government's budget, public sector reform, cities policy and a range of contributions on Care and Health, this issue's policy focus. We welcome comment and contributions. Our next issue will feature discussion and analysis across the policy themes of capital investment and infrastructure. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the next edition.

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Issue 1: December 2011

DIGITAL SCOTLAND AND PUBLIC SERVICES

Our first issue examines the opportunity for Digital Scotland to become a reality and to realise the financial, social and economic dividends in prospect. We welcome comment and contributions. Our second issue will feature discussion and analysis across the policy themes of care and health. Please contact us if you would like to discuss the next edition.

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Issue 18

INTEGRATED CARE, EMPOWERMENT FOR OLDER PEOPLE, ADULTS WITH INCAPACITY, ROAD PRICING AND SCOTTISH TORIES & BREXIT

Welcome to Issue 18. We hope you enjoy this week's articles - we are interested in similar contributions from others in differing policy areas. In the next issue we will have a focus on consumer and transport so if you have a perspective you would like to share on this or another theme please contact us. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Please contact us if you would like to discuss advertising in or writing for a future edition at scottishpolicynow@mackayhannah.com. Issue 19 will be published in two weeks' time and fortnightly thereafter.

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Issue 19

TIGER WOODS, CALMAC'S CARBON CUTTING EFFORTS, ELECTRIC VEHICLE EXPANSION AND REVITALISING THE CLYDE AND GLASGOW CITY CENTRE

Welcome to Issue 19. We hope you enjoy this week's articles - we are interested in similar contributions from others in differing policy areas. In the next issue we will have a focus on children, young people and positive health so if you have a perspective you would like to share on this or another theme please contact us. As always, we welcome comment and contributions. Please contact us if you would like to discuss advertising in or writing for a future edition at scottishpolicynow@mackayhannah.com. Issue 20 will be published in two weeks' time and fortnightly thereafter.

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