Professor Anton Muscatelli, economist and Principal of the University of Glasgow, writing in a personal capacity, makes the positive case for European Union membership.
Lectures, seminars, papers and articles analysing the economic, social and constitutional implications of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.
The EU Leave campaign’s arguments about trade are based on out-dated, irrelevant assumptions and models and following them would be catastrophic for the UK economy.
Seminar at which Professor David Bell will analyse the economic position of the UK – and particularly Scotland – within the EU.
The mixture of fantasy and reality on which the Leave campaign is basing its arguments may be buiging but have the potential to do serious harm to the UK economy.
Parallels between the Brexit referendum and the Scottish Independence referendum.
The evidence is unequivocal that universities in Scotland and the UK benefit massively from our membership of the EU.
Professor Sylvia Walby, UNESCO Chair of Gender Research, University of Lancaster This podcast was recorded at the 2015 David Frisby Memorial Lecture held at the University of Glasgow. In this lecture, hosted by the Department of Sociology, Professor Walby, UNESCO Chair of Gender Research, University of Lancaster, discusses the financial crisis in Europe and its democratic,…
A review of the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the European Union and the United States and role of the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS).
By Dr Marco Goldoni, Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Glasgow As it was predictable, most of the electoral campaign and the parties’ manifestos have focussed on one EU-related topic: the in/out referendum. This is not to say that other topics were completely absent, but one would have expected a wider debate, for…
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.