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”.
Professor Adam Tomkins on the debate over English votes for English laws (EVEL).
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.
An expert debate on the implications of the Smith recommendations on tax, welfare and the relationships between the UK and Scottish governments.
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…
An analysis of fiscal decentralization to Scotland and what sort of budget constraint the Scottish Parliament should operate with.
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.
Event to consider the potential consequences of a No vote in the Independence referendum.
This event, jointly hosted by Glasgow University and Reform Scotland, at which Cabinet Secretary Michael Russell MSP, can explain which further powers he would like to see Scotland obtain and how he sees the constitution developing.