In a report for the ESRC Centre for Population Change Helen Packwood and Allan Findlay use the 2011 UK Census to explore the diverse immigration picture in the UK.
David Comerford is the guest for the 45th episode of the Scottish Independence Podcast.
This is the ninth paper in the Scotland Analysis series and sets out how people and businesses in Scotland are served by th
Arno van der Zwet discusses the question of whether the ‘Yes’ camp can make gains amongst so-called ‘closet nationalists’ by shifting the debate for independence from instrumental to sentimental re
Craig McAngus looks at the attitudes of women and highlights that far from being impressed by the aggressive politics of the debate thus far, many women (and indeed men) are seeking a more mature d
Event at the Assembly with Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre on this year's Scottish independence referendum.
The European and External Relations Committee is holding an inquiry into the Scottish Government’s proposals for an independent Scotland’s membership of the European Union and plans to hold a serie
by Ryan Beasley, University of St. Andrews and Juliet Kaarbo, University of Edinburgh
Scotland would have to apply for EU membership.
Scotland would not, and could not, be excluded.
A prolonged accession process would not be necessary.
The reasons are:
by Stephen Tierney, ESRC Fellow, University of Edinburgh
An Independent Scotland and the European Union