Cruickshank, P., & Ryan, B. (2015). The Communities of Practice model for understanding digital engagement by hyperlocal elected representatives. In M. Janssen, M. A. Wimmer, H. Jochen Scholl, O. Glassey, M. Janssen, B. Klievink, …D. Sá Soares (Eds.), Electronic Government and Electronic Participation, 11-18. doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-570-8-11
There has been much research into citizens’ engagement with their representatives. This paper offers an approach to understanding sustained take-up of internet technologies by...
Smith, E., Macintosh, A. & Whyte, A. (2005). Organised use of e-democracy tools for young people. In Wimmer, M., Scholl, H., Grönlund, Å. & Anderson, K. (Eds.). Electronic Government: Communications of the Fifth International EGOV Conference 2006, 260-267. ISBN 978-3-540-37686-6
This paper concerns use of an online policy debating forum: part of a suite of e-democracy tools for a local youth parliament. These e-democracy tools have been used and devel...
Jaworski, P. M. (2016). Brexit the verdict. Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist. 4(7)ISSN 2349-557X
The author is Editor of the special issue.
Jaworski, P. M. (2014). The best currency for an independent Scotland would be Norway’s kronor. New Statesman. ISSN 1364-7431
If Scotland votes for independence, it will create a completely different
economic context for the two new countries that emerge.
Jaworski, P. M. (2014). The best currency for an independent Scotland would be Norway’s krone. The Conversation.
No abstract available.
Jaworski, P. M. (2014). Scottish Independence, 'YES' or 'NO' From the 'NO' Side Scotland is Better Together with the United Kingdom. Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist. ISSN 2349-557X
PERSPECTIVE If the people of Scotland favour independence, the split will create high level of uncertainty, and this component of risk will be extremely difficult to deal with...
Jaworski, P. M. (2014). Why independence might force finance giants to leave Scotland. The Conversation.
no abstract available.
Cruickshank, P., Ryan, B. & Smith, C. F. (2013). Disconnected Democracy? A Survey Of Scottish Community Councils’ Online Presences. Scottish Affairs. 23, 486-507. doi:10.3366/scot.2014.0045. ISSN 0966-0356
Community Councils are the bottom rung of Scotland’s democracy ladder, having few – but highly significant – statutory consultative duties (especially with regard to planning)...
Walker, S., Masson, R., Telford, R. & White, D. (2007). Benchmarking in National Health Service Procurement in Scotland. Health Services Management Research. 20, 253-260. doi:10.1258/095148407782219030. ISSN 0951-4848
The paper reports the results of a study on benchmarking activities undertaken by the procurement organization within the National Health Service (NHS) in Scotland, namely Nat...
Baird, A. (2005). Maritime policy in Scotland. Maritime policy & management. 32, 383-401. doi:10.1080/03088830500300404. ISSN 1464-5254
This paper begins by defining the meaning of the term `maritime policy'. Since devolution in the UK, the opening of the new Scottish parliament in 1998 and the creation of the...
Smith, C. F. & Webster, C. W. R. (2004). Members of the Scottish Parliament on the net. Information Polity. 9, 67-80. ISSN 1570-1255
Smith, C. F., & Gray, P. (1998). The Scottish Parliament: [re-]shaping parliamentary democracy in the information age. In S. Coleman, W. Donk, & J. Taylor (Eds.), Parliament in the Age of the Internet, 67-79. Oxford University Press
Brown, R., McQuaid, R. W. & Newlands, D. (2006). Letter from Edinburgh - governance, economic performance and economic disparities in Scotland. Regions. , 24-27
John Smith, when Leader of the Labour Party, said that devolution was “the settled will of the Scottish people”. However, far from quelling debates about governance – and par...
Winetrobe, B. (2003). Scottish devolution: aspirations and reality in multi-layer governance. In Jowell, J. L. & Oliver, D. (Eds.). The Changing Constitution, 173-194. Oxford University Press. ISBN 199264392
Winetrobe, B. (2005). A partnership of the Parliaments? Scottish law-making under the Sewel Convention at Westminster and Holyrood. In Hazell, R. & Rawlings, R. (Eds.). Devolution, Law Making and the Constitution, 39-70. Imprint Academic. ISBN 1845400372