Monthly Archives: September 2013

Constitutional change and inequality in Scotland – David Bell, David Comerford and David Eiser

Inequality and social justice are playing a central role in the debate around Scottish independence. In “Scotland’s Economy: the Case for Independence”, the Scottish Government asserts that the UK Government has done too little to address rising inequality in the … Continue reading

Posted in Inequality

Migration and Constitutional Change – David Bell, Allan Findlay and David McCollum

(This blog comprises part of the presentation that we will be giving at the International Conference on the Economics of Constitutional Change at Dalmahoy on the 19th and 20th of September – Twitter #icecc) Migration has a pervasive effect on … Continue reading

Posted in Labour, Migration, Population

Sans Frontières

Number 5 in the ‘Scotland Analysis’ series from the UK Government was published last week: “it discusses the macroeconomic performance of Scotland as part of the UK … and the potential impact of a border between Scotland and the rest of … Continue reading

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