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Scotland's digital strategy: evidence discussion paper

Published: 22 Mar 2017
Part of:
Economy
ISBN:
9781786528612

Summary of important links between digital and economic productivity and inclusion, changing the way we live and work in Scotland.

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Scotland's digital strategy: evidence discussion paper
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33 page PDF

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Footnotes

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22. In this context, 'flexible' is defined by any job that is advertised as part-time or, full-time with either remote working opportunities, flexible shift patterns or location flexibility.

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73. Small Business Reputation and The Cyber Risk, Cyber Streetwise and KPMG, December 2015.

74. Next Generation Broadband is defined based on networks rather than speed including cable, fibre to the cabinet ( FTTC) and fibre to the premise ( FTTP) networks.

75. Superfast broadband is defined as delivering headline download speeds of greater than 30 Mbit/s.

76. SQA Annual Statistical Reports Higher.

77. As the "new higher" was introduced in 2015, the latest attainment data is not directly comparable.

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80. Ekosgen Digital Technologies Survey 2016.

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83. Scottish Funding Council 2016.

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86. Digital Economy Maturity Index, 2014.

87. Small Business Survey Scotland 2015.

88. A different questionnaire was used in Scotland compared to the EU so results are not directly comparable. EU data only includes businesses with 10 or more employees, thus the Scottish data sample is weighted to improve comparability between datasets.

89. UK Business Digital Index 2016.

90. In this context we are defining the digital sector by the following Standard Industry Classification (2007) Codes: 26.1, 26.2, 26.3, 26.4, 26.8, 46.5, 58.2, 61, 62, 63 (apart from 63.9) and 95.1.

91. Inter-departmental business register, ONS.

92. Annual Business Survey and Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, ONS.

93. Business Register and Employment Survey.

94. Business Register and Employment Survey and Annual Population Survey, ONS.

95. Annual Population Survey.

96. Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.

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98. Exports Statistics 2015.

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101. Annual Business Survey

102. Annual Population Survey

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104. Tech Nation Survey 2016

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107. Scotland's Digital Future: Delivery of public services, phase one benefits update.

108. Scotland's Digital Future - Delivery of public services strategy measurements and benefits reports, May 2016.


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