Our recent blogs
Reflections on the 20th Anniversary of the Scotland Act and the Human Rights Act
Professor Alan Miller, 18 May 2018
Crafting Growth – Challenges and Opportunities for Scotland’s Craft Beer Sector
Professor Sarah Dodd, 17 April 2018
Retrofitting for energy efficiency - Centre for Energy Policy Reflections
Centre for Energy Policy, 10 April 2018
Modelling the economic impact of the Scottish Government’s new Climate Change Plan
Professor Karen Turner, 5 March 2018
Future energy scenarios in the Scottish Energy Strategy: What can we expect in 2050?
Dr Christian Calvillo, 20 January 2018
CEP Energy Conversation 2: phasing out petrol and diesel cars and re-thinking mobility in Scotland
Dr Christian Calvillo, Dr Gioele Figus and Dr Antonios Katris, 23 November 2017
Do the Scottish people care enough about climate change to 'do their bit' in meeting our ambitions?
Dr Antonios Katris, 16 November 2017
CEP's first fully funded PhD student Gioele Figus graduates
Professor Karen Turner and Dr Gioele Figus, 14 November 2017
Improving attainment in Scotland's schools: an enhanced role for Councils
George Black, 10 November 2017
Wave energy: ready to set sail or sinking under Brexit & Conservative energy strategy?
Dr Matt Hannon, 2 November 2017
Freedom of movement: an open Scottish immigration regime in a post-Brexit UK
Colin Imrie, 1 November 2017
CEP Energy Conversation 1 Summary: Uncertain Opportunities
Dr Antonios Katris and Gioele Figus, 17 October 2017
No more petrol and diesel powered cars by 2032? Credible scenario or green fantasy?
Dr Christian Calvillo, 6 October 2017
Human rights, social protections and Brexit - Scotland's voice?
Professor Alan Miller, 8 September 2017
What impact might Brexit have on energy supply and policy in Scotland and the UK?
Professor Roslyn Taplin, 6 September 2017
Brexit horizons for energy policy in Scotland: taking back control?
Professor Karen Turner, 25 May 2017
Anyone out there know how to deliver a low carbon energy system?
Professor Karen Turner, 15 May 2017
Only one solution to malaria eradication: Pyrethroid?
Professor Alec Morton and Dr Eve Worrall, 25 April 2017
‘The Magic Years’: a forgotten perspective on post-war US psychiatry
Professor Matthew Smith, 7 April 2017
Brexit, powers and the Scottish Parliament: the case of agriculture and fisheries
Colin Imrie, 27 March 2017
A post-growth society is the best antidote against Trump’s ideology
Professor Lorenzo Fioramonti, 23 February 2017
Cuts to services or Council Tax freeze? The choices now facing Scotland’s Councils
George Black, 6 February 2017
The Scottish Government’s Energy Efficiency Programme – public or private spending?
Professor Karen Turner, Dr Fiona Riddoch & Gioele Figus, 25 Jan. 2017
The Scottish Energy Strategy: the need to focus on people if plans are to become executable
Professor Karen Turner, 24 January 2017