The final report of the Labour Party’s Devolution Commission, published yesterday, contains two main proposals on taxation.
This blog by David Eiser originally appeared on The Economics of Constitutional Change blog
You wait for months for a fuller case for further devolution for Scotland within the UK to turn up and then two arrive at the same time.
On Tuesday 21st January we released '
The University of Stirling’s Future of the UK and Scotland team has received wide coverage today (Tuesday 21 January) with their report on using taxes and benefits to reduce inequality.
Scotland faces significant challenges in closing its “inequality gap”, according to new research carried out by University of Stirling academics and funded by the Economic and Social Research Counc
This is the ninth paper in the Scotland Analysis series and sets out how people and businesses in Scotland are served by th
The Scottish taxpayer faces a bill of £1.6 billion per year – the combined annual budget of the Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service – to meet the costs of just three of the unf
The aim and scope of this paper is to isolate the effects of population ageing in the context of potential Scottish independence.