Event hosted by Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre in collaboration with Policy Scotland.
Ideas Forum hosted with the Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre focused on enterprise and urban economies.
Panel debate organised by Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow. 12 September 2014. Chaired by Des McNulty, featuring Peter Peacock, Professor Louise Hayward, Philip Rycroft and George McBride. The introduction of the Curriculum for Excellence is arguably the most significant change in Scottish Education for a generation. The policy was adopted following a National…
Why the Single Supervisory Mechanism is European economic integration’s biggest step since the creation of the euro
The Single Supervisory Mechanism represents a major breakthrough, like the euro in 1999. This is a major change in European economic integration is likely to bring many unforeseen evolutions.
An expert debate on the implications of the Smith recommendations on tax, welfare and the relationships between the UK and Scottish governments.
Dr. Matthew Waites discusses his recent book, “Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the Commonwealth”.
About Policy Scotland’s submission to Lord Smith, focused on a number of areas where more information and more thought is needed on the implications of changing tax raising and transferring welfare powers.
Policy Scotland, the University’s hub for policy research, has launched a working paper alongside plans for a programme of events that seek to make a major and novel contribution into the present debate centred around the Smith Commission. The paper written by Duncan Maclennan, Des McNulty and Ken Gibb, has been submitted to the Smith…
Sayantan Ghosal argues that there is a narrow window to seize the opportunity for change to the current economic order.
Jim Gallagher, Visiting Professor in Government, sets out his views about what should happen now that the Scottish people have voted No to Independence.