How Australia is emerging as a key exemplar of the OECD’s concerns that unbalanced housing markets now impede inclusive growth, and the implications for other housing markets.
By facilitating a novel decentralized climate organization, blockchain technology holds promise to foster global cooperation to tackle climate change.
The fourth and final working paper in the series on Universal Credit in Glasgow and Scotland this paper reports on trends over the COVID period and considers the implications for policy and practice.
Sentiment on the economy can quickly turn from one extreme to another. Here Professor Graeme Roy analyses what we know about the path for post-COVID recovery.
Probing the patchwork of welfare services in Scotland: The experience as specialist advisors to a UK parliamentary committee
Dr Hayley Bennett and Dr Sarah Weakley reflect on their work supporting a Parliamentary inquiry and share suggestions for other academics on undertaking this kind of knowledge exchange.
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal University of Glasgow, argures that Scotland will only meet its full economic and social potential with a thriving tertiary sector.
We are at the beginning of the post-COVID recovery: investment in our research base is crucial to ensuring that it is financially sustainable.
What is the possibility of an Edinburgh-Glasgow economic system and why have policy efforts to promote the system have come and gone?
The process of evidence-based policymaking in decisions regarding education in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Third working paper that uses publicly available Department for Work and Pensions data on Universal Credit in Glasgow and Scotland to investigate the income crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic.