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The Scottish government economy directorates were a set of directorates within the Scottish government, the executive arm of the devolved government of Scotland. The directorates were headed by Dr Andrew Goudie, who also acted as the chief economic adviser to the Scottish government (Goudie retired in 2011 and joined Strathclyde University). The directorates were responsible for transport, sustainable development and planning. In 2010, the transport directorate merged with Transport Scotland, an Executive Agency of the Scottish Government and accountable to Scottish Ministers.
- "Andrew Goudie to take up Strathclyde University role". BBC News. Retrieved 18 May 2016.
- "Report on the 2009/10 audit to Transport Scotland and the Auditor General for Scotland" (PDF). Audit Scotland. Transport Scotland. November 2010. Retrieved 18 May 2016.
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