The Data-Driven Innovation initiative publishes reports by academics and industry experts addressing challenges faced by target sectors.
The research team from The University of Edinburgh focused on identifying methods to drive socio-economic growth across the three local authorities of East Lothian, Midlothian, and West Lothian, as part of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal.
Cite as: Elizondo, A., Vidmae, M., Kitagawa, F., Cassells, G. (2023). DDI Economic Development Opportunities: The Lothians. https://doi.org/10.7488era/3680
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh collaborated with Fife Council on the potential of DDI to boost sectors, including food and drink, renewable energy, and tourism, and in the delivery of public services, from remote healthcare to demand-led public transport.
Cite this paper as: Kitagawa, F., Vidmar, M., Golra, O. A. and Rosiello, A. (2021). Development Opportunities in Fife: Data-Driven Innovation and Local Economic Strategy. Data Driven Innovation Programme, University of Edinburgh. https://doi.org/10.7488/era/874
Based on research by academics at the University of Edinburgh working in close collaboration with Scottish Borders Council, the report highlights the potential of digital technology and innovation across a range of sectors.
Cite this paper as: Vidmar, M. and Kitagawa, F. (2021). Development Opportunities in the Scottish Borders: Evolving Data-Driven Innovation and the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem. Data Driven Innovation Programme, University of Edinburgh. https://doi.org/10.7488/era/873
Published during the Covid19 pandemic, the report highlights the need for greater support to help the City Region’s creative sector develop through better use of data-driven innovation and technology.
Cite this paper as: Parkinson, C., Prof Speed, C., Prof Terras, M. and Somerville, R. (2020). Developing Data-Driven Innovation in Creative Industries: White Paper http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/era/507