A Nordic Infrastructure Vision for Scotland

It's been great spending the summer tracking the 17th and 18th century road, bridge and canal building engineering feats of General Wade and Thomas Telford in Scotland and studying the economic impact of investment in infrastructure.

Keflavik v Aberdeen – A Tale of Two Airports

Despite ongoing investment, Aberdeen’s Airport has been awarded the worst airport in Scotland status for the fourth year running in a Which? UK Airports survey.

Why is Scotland’s Economy So Small?

The latest Scottish Government Expenditure & Revenues Survey (GERS) published on 22 August raises serious concerns about the state of the Scottish economy... or the numbers?

Global Debt Slavery?

Tracking through the overload of media information these days to identify “what really matters” is getting harder and harder.

Shopping for Leadership

TESCO announced profits before tax of £1.3 bn for its February 2018 year end and has awarded a £1.1m performance bonus to Alison Horner, its Chief People Officer and former chair of the remuneration committee at the collapsed Carillion.

New Thirst for Renewable Energy Desalination in the MENA Region

This week’s Singapore International Water Week has a strong focus on renewable energy desalination (REDSAL) as the world’s water experts meet and debate in the city state.

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