Publications

Reports & Briefings

Being British

5 April 2019 | Centre on Constitutional Change

David McCrone is Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh and co-founder of the University's  Institute of Governance in 1999.  He has written extensively on the sociology and pol

Books & Articles

Nationalism, Liberalism and Language in Catalonia and Flanders

7 March 2019 | Centre on Constitutional Change

Is liberalism really compatible with nationalism? Are there limits to linguistic nation-building policies? What arguments justify the imposition of national languages?

Books & Articles

How to conceptualise energy law and policy for an interdisciplinary audience: the case of post-Brexit UK

22 February 2019 | Centre on Constitutional Change

How to conceptualise energy law and policy for an interdisciplinary audience: the case of post-Brexit UK by Paul Cairney, Nicola McEwen, Aileen McHarg and Karen Turner. 
 
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Reports & Briefings

The Repatriation of Competences in Agriculture after Brexit

7 February 2019 | Michael Keating

Revised Research Briefing;  The Repatriation of Competences in Agriculture after Brexit

 

Reports & Briefings

Rethinking Society for the 21st Century

4 February 2019 | Centre on Constitutional Change

After three years of work, the International Panel on Social Progress has published a  three-volume report by on key challenges to society in the twentieth century.

Books & Articles

The United Kingdom’s Evolving Constitution, Michael Keating; La Evolución de le los modelos territoriales: Reformulación versus ruptura. La teoria general de los derechos fundamentales en sus nuevos territorios y ensamblajes

1 February 2019 | Centre on Constitutional Change

 
The United Kingdom’s Evolving Constitution
 
Michael Keating
 
La Evolución de le los modelos territoriales: Reformulación versus ruptura. 

Books & Articles

Brexit and the Union

1 February 2019 | Centre on Constitutional Change

Brexit and the Nations
 
Michael Keating
First published: 27 November 2018

https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-