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Scotland’s New Economy: Rethinking Economics and Money

#RIC2015 workshop outline Key contributors: Duncan McCann, Duncan McCabe The workshop will be split into two parts looking first at the economy as a whole and exploring ideas that we need to create a new economic paradigm. The second part … Continue reading

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Scotland and Sterling

“Independence offers choice. Sterling is not the only option. Sterling is expensive. Not using Sterling could allow for more radical change, with greater power over monetary policy and exchange rates, and greater ability to revive Scottish exports and manufacturing.” Aberdeen … Continue reading

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What chances of a radical Scotland as an EU member?

“To take real and full control of Scotland’s future, we need to fully understand what we’re up against.” As currency and Europe move to centre stage in the referendum campaign, we reproduce the text of the talk given by Emily … Continue reading

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