Yesterday’s Economic Statistics…..Revisions, Revisions, Revisions

Grant Allan, Stuart McIntyre, Graeme Roy, Fraser of Allander Institute, Department of Economics, University of Strathclyde Yesterday’s economic figures for Scotland give us a better picture of the health of the Scottish economy and its likely resilience to coping with the heightened uncertainty post-EU referendum. The focus of comment thus …

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Uncertainty, volatility and structural challenges – welcome to a post-Brexit World!

Julia Darby, Department of Economics, University of Strathclyde Tomorrow we will obtain an indication of the strength of the Scottish economy with GDP data for Q1 2016 published alongside jobs data for the period up to May. They are likely to show that the Scottish economy remains fragile, driven largely …

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Fraser of Allander Business Survey: First Reactions to EU Referendum Outcome

Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde To help obtain a picture of how businesses are reacting to the decision to leave the EU, we undertook a survey of Scottish companies to gauge their initial assessment of what the outcome means for them and their future plans. The survey was …

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Three economic scenarios for Scotland post-Brexit

Jeremy Peat, Visiting Professor, IPPI, University of Strathclyde. First appeared on IPPI Blog. In my column for this week’s Herald (published on Monday 4th July) I focused on the post Brexit referendum risks and uncertainties now prevailing across our economy and the relatively short-term impact that this is likely to have …

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How might Brexit affect the supply of energy in Scotland?

Grant Allan, Department of Economics and Fraser of Allander Institute The Scotland energy system is currently in the process of an unprecedented restructuring. The implications of the UK’s Brexit vote for these changes over both the short and long term are critical to the future shape of Scotland’s energy mix. …

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