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  • Economics

    The Purging of Scottish Madness

    When the banks fail again, as they surely will, they will fail in London. Relocation is a good, not  a bad thing for Scottish financial […]

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    Ciaran Healy 13th Sep'14 19
  • Economics

    21 Future Industries

    A few months ago I read a report that New Zealand had only developed it’s vineyards in the 1970s. When people first started the idea […]

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    Mike Small 10th Sep'14 3
  • Economics

    Paul Krugman, what the heck?

    It is the UK’s parlous position, that is giving financial markets their ongoing jitters, not Scotland’s economic prospects argues James Meadway. Reading the media representation would […]

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    James Meadway 9th Sep'14 34
  • Economics
    Scott Egner 31st Aug'14 6
  • Economics

    The Plan B Phoney War

    No human being would decide the destiny of their country on the existential basis of a ‘Plan B’ for currency union. For Better Together the […]

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    John S Warren 17th Aug'14 29
  • Economics
    Ronnie Morrison 11th Aug'14 29
  • Economics
    Duncan McCann 8th Aug'14 3
  • Economics

    Scotland: a World Leader Again?

    Chris Thomson on how transforming Scotland is part of a wider and deeper level of change than just political independence. As a Scot living in […]

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    Chris Thomson 4th Aug'14 9
  • Banking Crisis
    Jim Cuthbert 2nd Jul'14 26
  • Economics

    Prozac Nationalism

    If Labour does win – and that is by no means certain – it intends to implement every one of Osborne’s planned 2015/16 departmental cuts… […]

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    Jamie Maxwell 21st Jun'14 30
  • Economics
    Mike Small 20th Jun'14 7
  • Commentary

    Shocking Rise in Inequality

    A new film from the High Pay centre shows the shocking rise of inequality in Britain: “Inequality has been rising rapidly in Britain for the […]

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    Mike Small 17th Jun'14 3
  • Commentary

    Questions About Faslane

    As Treasury officials play ‘Think of a Number’ and the Lib Dems go into freefall, a bad day for the Better Together campaign just got […]

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    Mike Small 28th May'14 38
  • Economics

    Realfinanz

    The NIESR “Monetary Union and Fiscal Constraints” (No.288, May, 2014) argues that currency union will not work because the evidence shows that such currency unions […]

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    John S Warren 9th May'14 8

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