This collection brings together economic questions and research evidence relating to Scottish independence. The collection aims to present balanced and reliable answers to a broad range of policy questions associated with the possibility of a second referendum, including currency, fiscal policy and international trade (plus many more).
With contributions from authors based at a broad range of institutions, including the University of Glasgow, the University of Strathclyde, Queen's University Belfast, Cardiff University, and many more, this edition of the magazine presents a series of connected answers to a number of difficult policy questions.
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