The challenge of dealing with Brexit when there is an underlying problem with policy capacity and huge implications for the devolved governments.
Professor Michael Russell MSP gives his first reaction to the outcome of the European Referendum and its implications for Scotland.
With a minority administration in Holyrood, will one consequence be more focus on the Scottish Parliament committees? asks Ken Gibb.
As individual city policies come to replace national cities policies, this event reviewed three key, linked strands of this major shift: city deals, smart cities and what we call metropolitan federalism.
Seminar at which Professor David Bell will analyse the economic position of the UK – and particularly Scotland – within the EU.
Analysis of the political make-up of the Scottish Parliament following the 2016 election by Michael Russell MSP.
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.
Policy Scotland’s contributions to
reviews of local tax reform.
Ful text of lecture by Professor Jim Gallagher reflecting on where Scotland stands a year after the Independence Referendum.