Re-thinking our Global Economic Future

This note offers a few thoughts at an early stage of this COVID-19 crisis, largely with the objective of stimulating further reflection and analysis, and generating much better

The primary concern now should, unambiguously, be heavily skewed to this phase of the crisis – which may not necessarily be very short term. It is a critical, humanitarian phase in which the health imperatives and the medical needs and food supply take on unprecedented importance for each person – and especially the most vulnerable in our societies – and for us collectively.

But it is already urgent, too, to understand the future and how we rapidly design and build a future that is sustainable


Andrew Goudie

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A series of observational papers published by the Institute analysing a number of issues across the Scottish, UK and Global economy.