Publications

Books & Articles

State and Majority Nationalism in Plurinational States: Responding to Challenges Below

19 February 2020 | Coree Brown Swan, Daniel Cetrà

CCC Fellows Coree Brown Swan and Daniel Cetrá's co-edited special issue has been published State and Majority Nationalism in Plurinational States. This comes after a CCC international workshop last February and our Majority Nationalism blog series last April/May. 

Reports & Briefings

Brexit and the Union

3 February 2020 | Centre on Constitutional Change

What challenges does Brexit present for the UK's territorial and constitutional future? CCC Fellows consider the extent to which the challenges/opportunities resulting from Brexit are likely to have a pulling together or driving apart effect on the UK Union(s) in their report "Brexit and the Union".

Books & Articles

Why Isn't Government Policy More Preventive?

30 January 2020 | Paul Cairney, Emily St.Denny

Book from CCC Fellows, Paul Cairney and Emily St Denny providing state of the art coverage of policy theories and studies and features major new data from interviews with policymakers and comprehensive analysis of policy documents, presenting the most extensive coverage of policy change in British and Scottish politics.

Books & Articles

Ireland and EU Crisis Governance: Continuity and Change in the Shadow of the Financial Crisis and Brexit

23 January 2020 | Mary C. Murphy

CCC Fellow, Mary C Murphy, and John O'Brennan, Associate Professor at Maynooth University edited an issue of the Irish Political Studies Journal "Ireland and EU Crisis Governance: Continuity and Change in the Shadow of the Financial Crisis and Brexit". 

Books & Articles

Can the Anglo-Scottish Union Survive Brexit?

11 December 2019 | Michael Keating

Jacques Leruez was the leading authority on Scottish politics and government in continental Europe. Following his death last year, his colleagues have published a special issue of 'Revue française de civilisation britannique' dedicated to his memory. They include CCC Director, Michael Keating, a friend of Jacques for nearly forty years.

Reports & Briefings

Townscapes: Scotland

4 November 2019 | Michael Kenny

Professor Michael Kenny and Benjamin Goodair from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy attempt to bust myths about Scottish towns and their fortunes and focus on a better appreciation of the different circumstances and factors which affect those who live in them.

Reports & Briefings

Brexit and Renewables in Scotland

22 October 2019 | Nicola McEwen, Aileen McHarg, Paul Cairney