The ScotFes submission to the Smith Commission
Professor Kirstein Rummery discusses the opportunity provided to Scotland when on the 9th Oct the Finance Cabinet Secretary John Swinney d
Professor Kirstein Rummery and Professor David Bell discuss the implications of the 2014 budget presented to the Scottish Parliament by John Swinney MSP, The Cabinet Secretary for Finance on the 9t
Discussion of new fiscal powers in Scotland #indyref @DavidNFBell
Two points are clear from the Scottish referendum debate. First, there are certain capabilities which the UK provides that are invaluable to all constituent nations.
David Bell and David Eiser explore fiscal power issues and the proposals that have already been tabled. This blog originally appeared on the
Following Paul Cairney’s earlier blog, Richard Parry provides a contrasting perspective on
On September 18th, 2014, Scots will vote on whether to become independent from, or to remain part of the United Kingdom. It is a Union that Scotland has shared since 1707.
In a guest blog, Frank Barry, Professor of International Business & Development at Trinity College Dublin, looks at the history of the Republic of Ireland’s economic policy and lessons for
The latest Oxford Review of Economic Policy features the work of ESRC Future of the UK and Scotland teams who have focused on the econo