Referendums on constitutional change in Scotland produce ‘windows of opportunity’ to discuss the future of Scottish politics and policymaking.
David Bell and David Eiser examine the financial implications of Scottish Labour proposals for the devolution of certain welfare benefits.
David Eiser looks at the distributional effects of implications of the Chancellor's budget.
The final report of the Labour Party’s Devolution Commission, published yesterday, contains two main proposals on taxation.
The welfare dimension of Labour’s Devolution proposals
Scottish Labour’s claim in the first paragraph of its latest paper, to have led the argument for devolution for over 100 years takes a historical liberty.
This blog by David Eiser originally appeared on The Economics of Constitutional Change blog
This paper is based upon oral evidence provided to the Committee by Stephen Tierney on Wednesday 5 March 2014.
A version of this blog appeared in the Guardian, 11 March 2014
This blog by David Comerford originally appeared on The Economics of Constitutional Change blog