This blog by Michael Keating originally appeared on The Political Studies Association blog
It is the day after referendum. The “Yes” campaign has won and negotiations between the Scottish and UK governments on the terms of independence have started.
Statements from Scotland’s First Minister last week suggest that a Currency Plan B is beginning to emerge.
In a post originally published by the UK Constitutional Law Association, Stephen Tierne
Isolation or Interdependence? Competing Visions of Independence
Professor Paul Cairney and Emily St Denny of University of Stirling and ESRC Scottish Centre on Constitutional Change outline the decision-making processes in prevention policy in a report to the S
Paul Cairney and Emily St Denny ask 'How do we turn an idea into evidence based policy?'
The Centre for Cities released the Cities Outlook 2014, reportin
The debate on whether an independent Scotland would be a member of the European Union refuses to go away, in spite of all the work put into clarifying matters.
Paul Cairney examines claims about both the limits and extent of powers held by the Scottish Government, particularly in regards to prevention policy.