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To support an intelligent debate on Scotland's constitutional future by providing timely evidence and rigorous analysis of the issues in the debate on Scottish Independence.

To turn Scotland from an economy which relies on an ever-dwindling supply of resources to a sustainable economy which relies on resources which will still be available for future generations .

To tackle social exclusion and the uneven distribution of wealth, so that the wealth which the Scottish economy produces benefits the poor as well as the rich.

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Dr. Azeem Ibrahim
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Born in Glasgow, Dr Ibrahim was named one of the Top Global Thinkers of 2009 by the LSDP European Social Think Tank and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.

With a PhD from the University of Cambridge, Dr Ibrahim is highly in demand for his expertise in the area of geopolitical strategy. He has advised many world leaders in recent years and served as an International Security Fellow at Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, a World Fellow at Yale and an Adjunct Research Professor at the Strategic Studies Institute, US Army War College.

Dr Ibrahim also founded over half a dozen award-winning companies in three continents, including his most recent venture, Ibrahim Associates - a non-profit global strategic consultancy firm. His many years of experience as an economic expert led him to consider the situation of his own home country. He knew that innovative policy solutions were required if Scotland was to remain globally competitive, and he responded to this need by setting up The Scotland Institute.
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After 8 years in the Civil Service, Corrine returned to full-time education and graduated with a first class LLB honours along with two awards from the University. She subsequently undertook her Legal Practice Diploma in Aberdeen and is currently completing a PhD in Marine Renewables, Policy and Legislation.

Corrine was also awarded a scholarship and worked/studied at Oregon State University in the United States for 3 months where she facilitated contacts for the Oregon State University representatives who were travelling to Orkney to meet with European Marine Energy Centre with the purpose of gaining information to assist in setting up a marine testing bay in Oregon. Ultimately this resulted in talks between two Universities in holding joint Masters Programmes.

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Jonathan has studied at the universities of St Andrews, Edinburgh and the Institut Catholique de Paris. Legally trained, he has gained experience working in alternative dispute resolution and mediation, as well as NGOs focussed on development and human rights.

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Dr Cripps (Cambridge) is a senior strategy consultant with over 20 years experience in policy research, academia and think tank consultancy. As a former practicing architect and now urban regeneration consultant, he specialises in the interface between spatial, visual, social and economic issues. The focus is also on the methods for a multi-cultural approach to urban regeneration in the UK. Making working links with academies and practitioners in other global regions is a key part of this. Christopher has worked with governments, local authorities and academia having undertaking hundreds of assignments in Masterplanning, research, policy and regeneration.
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After studying under the tutelage of noted Scottish historian Professor Niall Ferguson, Ben graduated from Jesus College, Oxford with a degree in Modern History. Following this he went on to study Acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama and, since graduating for a second time, Ben has worked as an actor and stand-up comedian. He has performed for the likes of the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Gideon Reeling and Visa, as well as at comedy clubs and festivals all over the country, including Bestival, Komedia and - Britain's best - The Stand in Edinburgh and Glasgow. In addition to his performing, Ben has worked as a private tutor in English, History and Politics and a fundraiser for a variety of major charities. He currently has a Radio 4 version of his debut Edinburgh Festival show in development.
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