Category Archives: Energy

International Conference on the Economics of Constitutional Change

The International Conference on the Economics of Constitutional Change, held in Edinburgh on the 19th and 20th of September 2013, brought together leading academics and policy makers to review the Scottish independence debate within the context of wider international experiences. … Continue reading

Posted in Currency, Debates, Debt, Energy, Migration, Monetary Policy, Population, Risk

Nicola McEwen – Energy independence & interdependence

Dr Nicola McEwen of University of Edinburgh, presentation at Global Energy Systems 2013 conference, held at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh on 26th – 28th June 2013. “Energy independence & interdependence: the Scottish context” Continue Reading

Posted in Energy

Gordon Hughes – The energy sector in Scotland’s future

Professor Gordon Hughes of the University of Edinburgh will present his paper ‘The Energy Sector in Scotland’s Future’ at our September 2013 conference. An overview of his paper is now available from the conference page of this website.

Posted in Energy