New work on developing proposals for a new EU Institution for managing bank resolutions using the private resources of banks instead of public resources.
With budget pressures looming, there’s value in the Scottish Government holding a spending review in the spring.
Additional powers: Better understanding? Better scrutiny? A new report on Scotland’s new budget powers
A joint working paper with the Scottish Parliament’s Information Centre and the University of Strathclyde looking at levels of understanding of Scotland’s new budget powers.
Report from the Glasgow Commission for Economic Growth on the city’s post-pandemic development.
Lecture by Professor Jim Gallagher one year on from the Independence Referendum in which he argues that it’s time for an act of “constitutional generosity”.
New Briefing Paper: response to Scottish Government Report to Sounding Board In May 2014, the Land Reform Review Group submitted its final report to the Scottish Government. The First Minister announced in November 2014 that the Government would consequently bring forward a Land Reform Bill, which was published in June 2015 and is currently under…
Analysis of the bailout deal negotiated between Greece and the Eurozone reveals another example of bad EU decision-making.
Analysis of the European Commission mission to bring the European Union closer to its citizens.
Event hosted by Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre in collaboration with Policy Scotland.
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.