Guest blogger Ronald MacDonald of the University of Glasgow examines Scotland's currency options.
Richard Parry discusses the strategy behind the Chancellor's reference to official policy advice, data which is often fiercely guarded by politicians.
Getting to Maybe: Currency, Debt, and the Pre-negotiation of Independence
Today’s co-ordinated statements by George Osborne, Ed Balls and Danny Alexander that they are not willing to contemplate the prospect of an independent Scotland forming a monetary union with the re
The implications of losing the pound sterling for business: Game changer
Speaking in Edinburgh today, Chancellor George Osborne discussed the future of the pound in Scotland should Scots vote for independence.
In response to the Chancellor's speech, Charlie Jeffery asks 'Osborne's Game-Changer: but What Game?'
ESRC Fellow Angus Armstrong discusses currency options for an independent Scotland in the wake of Chancellor George Osborne's speech in Edinburgh.
ESRC fellows assess the possible political and economic implications of Chancellor George Osborne's Edinburgh speech, scheduled for Thursday, 13 February.