Reports & Briefings
An integrated GB wholesale electricity market in the event of independence is likely.
The science base in Scotland has traditionally been strong, with world- leading universities driving the development of science – a fact that is shown in a number of studies (Scottish Science Advisory Council, 2009)1.
Bettina Petersohn and Nicola McEwen
Scotland seems to be a counter-example to general theories of the relationship between language and national identity or nationalism.
This paper focuses on how policies and practices relating to immigration are developed at the local level. It explores how Local Authorities in Scotland plan for and respond to international migration.
Two new IFS reports, published as part of an ESRC programme of work “The future of the UK and Scotland”, update previous medium-term forecasts for an independent Scotland’s public finances and consider the Independence White Paper in the context of these forecasts.