Report of a conference organised by Policy Scotland and the Urban and Regional Economics Seminar Group. on devolution and federalism in a post-referendum United Kingdom.
Piece reflecting on the peak in home ownership, now at a 25 year low, and how has been redistributed into the quickly growing buy-to-let rental market .
Piece on the debates around the need to shift the preponderance of new housing supply from the large volume house builders towards small and medium-sized builders.
Professor Ken Gibb writes on the policy choices to be presented in UK General Election in May 2015.
Jim Gallagher, Visiting Professor in Government, sets out his views about what should happen now that the Scottish people have voted No to Independence.
How Gordon Brown played a hugely significant role in saving the Union.
Professor Ken Gibb analyses key issues from the Independence Referendum, including how to maintain and galvanize the enthusiasm for politics.
Findings from the largest study of poverty and deprivation ever conducted in the UK.
Comment on the assertion that academics in Scottish universities are feeling intimidated and unwilling to speak up in the independence debate.
Analysis of tweets using #indyref hashtag in early 2014 and identifies those issues most frequently discussed.