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By Professor Ken Gibb, Policy Scotland, University of Glasgow. I have just returned from a two day conference organised by Policy Scotland and the Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group. The meeting took place at the Open University in Edinburgh. The title of the meeting was: devolution and federalism in […]

The Many Forms and Consequences of Devolution


Photo Credit: Lending Memo By Sayantan Ghosal, University of Glasgow Originally published in  After a relatively benign period, market upheaval has returned. The main stock market indices have been falling across Asia, Europe and the US, while safe-haven assets like gold have been on the rise. This follows a slow […]

The main reason markets are falling? The future looks gloomier ...


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By Ronald MacDonald Adam Smith Professor of Political Economy The long awaited White Paper setting out the SNP’s stall for an independent Scotland revealed key inadequacies in its thinking on a range of economic issues, from the currency to fiscal policy. The issue of the currency especially seems to have […]

A Viable Plan B?