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Author Archives: Coree Brown
Video: Border Effects
Border Effects: Canada-US Lessons James E Anderson from HSS Webteam on Vimeo. James E. Anderson is a Professor of Economics at Boston College. He is a research associate at the distinguished National Bureau of Economic Research in the United States, and … Continue reading
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What future for childcare?
Professor Bronwen Cohen asks what future for childcare beyond the referendum. One of the questions not asked in the Referendum debate on the 5th of August was what the result might mean for childcare. A key issue for many families, survey evidence suggests that … Continue reading
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The Uncelebrated Union
Neil Walker responds to last week’s debate, noting that ‘what was not said was more interesting and more revealing than what was’. This piece was originally published at the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum. Last week’s first televised debate of the referendum campaign … Continue reading
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Should Scotland vote for what is best for Scotland?
Kieran Oberman urges us to think ‘what is best for everyone affected by the referendum, wherever they live?’ The Yes and No camps are busy telling us that Scotland will be made better or worse off as a result of … Continue reading
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Event: The Economics of New Borders: Implications for Scotland
The Economics of New Borders: Implications for Scotland Thursday, 26 June 2014 at 18:00 St. Cecilia’s Hall, Niddry Street, Cowgate, EH1 1NQ As the Scottish independence referendum approaches, economic questions have come to dominate the public debate on Scotland’s future. … Continue reading
A New Direction for the Conservatives on Devolution?
Alan Convery responds to the Strathclyde Report produced by the Scottish Conservatives, an important moment for the party. For the Scottish Conservatives, the publication of the Strathclyde Commission report on further devolution marks another significant moment in a long journey … Continue reading
Who will decide the referendum outcome?
Nicola McEwen reflects on reports that voters of non-Scottish origins will play a decisive role in the referendum vote at The Conversation, noting that the emphasis on country of origin in analysing voting intention is misplaced. The latest ICM poll made delightful reading for … Continue reading
Reflections on the SNP conference
James Mitchell discusses this weekend’s SNP conference in Aberdeen, reflecting on the party’s 80 year history and its future. The SNP meets in Aberdeen this weekend almost exactly 80 years after its foundation. There will be many references to the … Continue reading
Constituting Scotland: a Retreat from Politics?
Writing at the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum, Stephen Tierney discusses the prospect of an interim constitution in the event of a yes vote. The Scottish Government has recently announced its intention to introduce a draft Scottish Independence Bill into the Scottish Parliament … Continue reading
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Labour’s Devolution Proposals: More questions than answers
Writing at the Future of the UK and Scotland site, Nicola McEwen examines the proposals put forth by the Labour Party’s Devolution Commission. The future of the welfare state has been a key feature of the referendum campaign. Against the … Continue reading
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