Lecturer & Senior Research Fellow
Dutton, M., & Egdell, V. (2014, May). Independence: is it a myth?. Presented at Changing Landscapes for the Third Sector, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, London
Dutton, M., Robert, R. & Graham, H. (2017). Workforce Resilience - Initial Research. Glasgow, Scotland: Skills Development Scotland
No abstract available.
Hall, H., Irving, C., Ryan, B., Raeside, R., Dutton, M., & Chen, T. (2016). A study of the UK Information Workforce. The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
In 2014, CILIP and the Archives Records Association (UK & Ireland) (ARA) commissioned Edinburgh Napier University to undertake major research to map the workforce across the L...
The World Health Organisation (WHO) identified the workplace as an important setting to support the promotion of health and wellbeing in 1981 with the introduction of the Health for All strategy, and ...
Skills Development Scotland
Consultation & Evaluation of Local PACE Partnerships
Dutton, M. & Raeside, R. (2015). UK Academic – Hong Kong Industry Collaboration. Hong Kong: British Council
This report presents findings from research on science and engineering partnerships between UK universities and Hong Kong based industry. The research was conducted by the Emp...
Dutton, M. & Wooley, G. (2015). Diversity in Construction - A partnership project to address gender segregation in the construction industry
“Diversity in Construction“ is a project undertaken by Equate Scotland and the Employment Research Institute in partnership with Skills Development Scotland, to address the
Dutton, M. (2014). Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (PACE) consultation and evaluation. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
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...
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...
McQuaid, R., Dutton, M., & Pocher, E. (2013). Strengthening the contribution of non-executive members to Scottish boards in the private, third and public sectors. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Napier University
This report examines the role of non-executive directors in public, private and third sector organisations in Scotland. It considers how their role could be changed to improve...
McQuaid, R., Hollywood, E., Bond, S., Canduela, J., Richard, A., & Blackledge, G. (2012). Health and Wellbeing of Employees in Employee Owned Businesses. Scotland: Employee Ownership Association
This research examines the relationship between working for an employee owned business and the levels of health and wellbeing among employees. It was carried out by the Employ...
Dutton, M., Egdell, V., McQuaid, R. W. & Osborne, S. P. (2012). The Opportunities and Challenges of the Changing Public Services Landscape for the Third sector in Scotland: A Longitudinal Study (2009 - 2013): Year 4 and Final Report. Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
The Scottish Government has acknowledged that the third sector has a key role to play in delivering public services that are high quality, continually improving, efficient and...
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. & McQuaid, R. W. (2012). Scottish Regional Report on Healthy Learning Environmentfor Training in SMEs. Edinburgh, Scotland: European Commission
This report outlines the UK contribution to the ‘Healthy Learning in SMEs’ project. The
report has been written so as to provide non-UK specialists with a brief overview of th...
Osborne, S. P., Bond, S., Dutton, M., & Honore, E. (2012). The Opportunities and Challenges of the Changing Public Services Landscape for the Third Sector in Scotland: A Longitudinal Study: Year Two Report. Edinburgh: Scottish Government
The report provides findings from the second year of a three year qualitative longitudinal study on the third sector in Scotland.
Osborne, S. P., Bond, S., Dutton, M., Honore, E. & Egdell, V. (2011). The Opportunities and Challenges of the Changing Public Services Landscape for the Third Sector inScotland: A Longitudinal Study Year Three Report(2009-2012). Edinburgh, Scotland: Scottish Government
This report outlines findings from the first three years of a longitudinal research
project examining ‘The Changing Public Services Landscape in Scotland:
Opportunities and Ch...
Heriot Watt University
UK Commission for Employment and Skills
Study of use of Stated Preference to investigate Barriers and Drivers of Engagement in Workplace Learning
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills commissioned the ERI and WM Enterprise to undertake a review of research evidence and policy around individuals’ demand for (and participation in) skills de...
An investigation of perceptions of work based learning partnerships from the perspective of employers and universities. The findings will contribute to recommendations on how universities can enhance partnerships with employers in order to enhance the experiences of work placement students.
The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) and the Archives and Records Association (ARA) have published a series of 24 fact sheets on the basis of the findings of the Wo...
29 June 2016
Edinburgh Napier University Craiglockhart Campus
9 June 2016
10am-1pm, Edinburgh Napier University, Sighthill Campus
9 May 2016