International Conference on Economics of Constitutional Change

Held at the Dalmahoy Marriott Hotel (Edinburgh) on the 19th and 20th of September 2013.

The economic dimensions of the sovereignty debate in Québec (paper) (slides) – François Vaillancourt

The energy sector in Scotland’s future (paper) (slides) – Gordon Hughes

Economic aspects of constitutional change: the case of Belgium (paper) (slides) – Marcel Gérard

Scotland’s currency options (paper) – Angus Armstrong

Fiscal Policy in an independent Scotland (paper) (slides – Phillips) (slides – Johnson) – Paul Johnson and David Phillips

What does Independence Mean for a Small Open Economy? The Case of Ireland (paper) (slides) – Frank Barry

Migration and Constitutional Change (text) (slides) – David Bell, Allan Findlay, David McCollum, Scott Tindall, Robert Wright

Quebeckers and the Economic Consequences of Secession from Canada (text) (slides) – Louis Massicotte

Territorial problems and demands for independence: the present situation in Spain in the context of the economic crisis (paper) (slides) – Jesus Ruiz Huerta

Catalonia/ Spain at the crossroads: financial and economic aspects of scenarios ahead (paper) (slides) – Antoni Castells

Transition Costs in secessions (paper) (slides) – Robert Young

Economic changes in Lithuania after re-establishment of independence in 1990 (paper) (slides) – Ramūnas Vilpišauskas

Constitutional change and inequality in Scotland (Paper)  – David Comerford and David Eiser

Governance Issues – Charlie Jeffrey

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