Analysis of currency options for an independent Scotland by Professor Ronald Macdonald.
Event hosted by Glasgow University and Reform Scotland with two politicians from different parties explaining which further powers they would like to see Scotland obtain and how they see the constitution developing.
Call for papers for a conference focused on a different direction for economic policy to achieve the objectives of a sustainable and equitable Scotland.
New research on the Scottish census data shows that 1 in 6 of Scotland’s households of two or more people are multi-ethnic. Ethnic diversity is increasing throughout Scottish society, as immigrants have settled in new areas, and the mix of ethnic groups has grown. A comparison of recent censuses in Scotland by the Centre on…
Recording of a policy reunion focused on the Scottish Climate Change Act 2009, the most significant piece of legislation approved by the Scottish Parliament in its third session 2007-2011.
After a century and more when Scotland has been one of the ‘poor relations’ within the UK, it now has a poverty rate which is lower than the national average.
Videos from a public debate about equalities and the Scottish independence referendum debate.
Analysis of Scotland’s past and future fiscal position in light of latest GERS (2014)report from the Scottish Government and latest Economic and Fiscal Outlook by the OBR.
By Professor Phillip Schlesinger, Professor of Cultural Policy, The University of Glasgow. Last November, the Scottish Government published Scotland’s Future – its White Paper on independence. Although considerable attention has been devoted to broadcasting, very little indeed has been given to film. It is very timely, therefore, that the first ever conference convened to discuss independence and the future of…
By Professor Philip Schlesinger and Dr Alex Benchimol In the run-up to the independence referendum on 18 September, Scotland’s newspaper press is facing a double challenge. First, can print journalism adapt to the digital revolution, given a continuing decline in newspaper sales? Second, can the press perform its civic role in contributing to an increasingly…