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Caddell, M. (2011). Making internships work for Scotland's students and third sector organisations. Mid-point review of third sector internships Scotland. Edinburgh: Third Sector Internships Scotland (TSIS)
Caddell, M. & Martin, G. (2011). Employability for Community Development: Case studies from the Open University. Scotland: The Open University
Caddell, M. (2009). Working Journeys: exploring Open University in Scotland students’ study motivations and the relationship between study and employment. Scotland: The Open University
Caddell, M. & Holmes, K. P. (2002). Debates in Skills development: world bank study on vocational skills development in Sub-Saharan Africa - a working group review. Edinburgh, Scotland: Working Group for International Cooperation in Skills Development
Caddell, M. & King, K. (1998). Improving european union development co-operation: the case of education. London: ActionAid Alliance
Caddell, M. & King, K. J. (1997). Partnership and poverty in Britain and Sweden's new aid policies. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Centre of African Studies
Graham, H., Fuertes, V., Egdell, V. & Raeside, R. (2016). Women in ICT and Digital Technologies: An investigation of the barriers to women entering, staying, and progressing in the sector, and actions to ameliorate this - Executive Summary. Edinburgh: Skills Development Scotland
This report summarises research conducted to explore the under-representation of women in the ICT and Digital Technologies sector in Scotland, and the possible reasons for, an...
Caddell, M., Boyle, F., Jones, H. & Mcilwhan, R. (2015). Third sector internships Scotland: final report. Scotland: Scottish Funding Council
Third Sector Internships Scotland helped students gain paid work experience in the Third Sector. This five-year programme, part of the Scottish Funding Council’s Learning to W...
Caddell, M., Pegg, A. & Jones, H. (2013). Third Sector Internships Scotland Data Overview 2010-14. Scotland: Scottish Funding Council
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Dutton, M., Lister, B., Canduela, J., Botfield, J. & Drogony, M. (2013). The rationale and practice of gender specific employability services. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
As the pace of labour market activation and welfare reform increases, women are increasingly expected to engage with the labour market. In many cases this transition will be m...
Dutton, M., Raeside, R., Chen, T. & Mazza, T. (2013). Evaluating the impact of the Glasgow living wage. Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow City Council
The Living Wage (LW) is perceived by some to be a social and economic good. The beneficial aspects of implementing a LW is to increase employee pay, reduce household poverty a...
McMurray, S., Richard, A., Dutton, M. & McQuaid, R. W. (2012). Regionally Coherent Access and Employability Provision:Employer Demand for Business and Management Graduates. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh Napier University
This report presents findings from research with 71 employers of Edinburgh Napier University Business School (ENUBS) graduates across Scotland. Employers were asked to identif...
Dutton, M. & Raeside, R. (2013). Overcoming barriers to equality and diversity on boards in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
The Employment Research Institute (ERI) was commissioned by the Scottish Government to identify ways in which equalities groups can be better represented at board level in the...
Whitecross, R. & Lindsay, C. (2017). Use and Implementation of OCR Chapter 33AA in Section 11 Order Proceedings. Edinburgh: Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service
This report presents the findings of a small-scale study designed and undertaken by the researchers between October 2016 and February 2017. The research was commissioned by th...