This blog originally appeared on The Economics of Constitutional Change, 3 December 2013
by Dr. Angus Armstrong and Dr. Monique Ebell, National Institute of Economic and Social Research
by David Comerford, David Bell and David Eiser
In this report, the IFS examines the long-run fiscal pressures that an independent Scotland may face, how these would differ from those facing the UK, and the size of the fiscal consolidation that
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What is the level of income inequality in Scotland? How does income inequality in Scotland compare to the rest of the UK, and to other OECD countries?
Guest blog by David Phillips, Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)
This Briefing Note looks at the way that tax revenue in Scotland is currently delivered and at the reform options that would be open to an independent Scotland.
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This briefing note aims to describe the patterns of public service expenditure in Scotland and to set out a number of issues for the future. In particular, it: