Monthly Archives: September 2013

Event: Challenges to Campaigning

Challenges to Campaigning: Examining the Challenges Election Campaigning Faces Today Friday, October 18, 2013 – 10:30 to 17:00 Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh One-day mini conference bringing together a range of PhD and early career researchers, established academics, and practitioners to examine the … Continue reading

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Political uncertainty and business decision-making

Professor Brad MacKay, Professor in Strategic Management, Edinburgh Business School, discusses his new ESRC Senior Scotland Fellowship, which will see him examine the impact of constitutional and political uncertainty on business decision-making in Scotland. Uncertainty is an inevitable consequence of … Continue reading

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The Receding Tape

In a post published at the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum, Neil Walker reflects on the implications of the referendum, questioning whether it will provide a decisive conclusion. And so the countdown begins. But the countdown to what? Twelve months from … Continue reading

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UK-Irish Bond May Stretch to Scots

In a piece originally published in the Scotsman, Nicola McEwen analyses the potential for partnership should the referendum on independence succeed. She concludes that Britain’s close ties to Eire indicate a willingness to deal with independent neighbours. The First Minister … Continue reading

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Winter School on Federalism and Governance

The Winter School is a cross-border postgraduate programme located in the heart of the Alps under the auspices of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe. The 2014 edition will focus on “Federalism and Multilevel Constitutionalism”. Dates and venues: 3-14 … Continue reading

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