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Dutton, Matthew and Wooley, Geraldine (2015) Diversity in Construction - A partnership project to address gender segregation in the construction industry. Project Report. Skills Development Scotland.


Fan, Lu, Buchanan, William J, Lo, Owen, Thuemmler, Christoph, Lawson, Alistair, Uthmani, Omair, Ekonomou, Elias and Khedim, Abou Sofyane (2012) SPoC: Protecting Patient Privacy for e-Health Services in the Cloud. In: eTELEMED 2012. XPS (Xpert Publishing Services), pp. 99-104. ISBN 978-1-61208-179-3


Grieco, Margaret (2011) Epilogue -The mobility of the sick: perverse organisational premises in the transport arrangements of the contemporary National Health Service. In: Mobilities: new perspectives on transport and society. Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN 978-1-4094-1150-5


Johnson, Steve, Sawicki, Szymon, Pearson, Claire, Lindsay, Colin, McQuaid, Ronald W and Dutton, Matthew (2009) Employee demand for skills development: a research and policy review. Project Report. UK Commission for Employment and Skills.


Lindsay, Colin and McQuaid, Ronald W (2008) Inter-agency cooperation in activation: comparing experiences in three vanguard "active" welfare states. Social Policy and Society, 7 (3). pp. 353-365. ISSN 1474-7464


McQuaid, Ronald W, Dutton, Matthew and Egdell, Valerie (2010) Partnership action for continuing employment (PACE): towards a future delivery model. Project Report. Scottish Government.

McQuaid, Ronald W, Lindsay, Colin, Dutton, Matthew and McCracken, Martin G (2006) Working together? Research into the role of inter-agency co-operation in improving employability. Labour Market Bulletin, 20. pp. 163-169.


Theodoraki, Elena (2014) Evaluation and legacy of the ECoC: event owners and event hosts perspectives. Economia della Cultura, XXIV (2). pp. 183-193. ISSN 1122-7885

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