Scotland Communities and society , Democracy, devolution and governance

Public Service Reform in Scotland – learning from the past

Summary

This briefing reflects on policy lessons from the past and how there is more to policy-making than passing a law or policy pronouncement. With reference to the seminal Christie report on place-based approaches, the briefing suggests that the four principles become meaningless without the necessary capacities – which is why addressing local disempowerment is key.

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