Scotland’s Currency Options

Author(s): Armstrong, A, Ebell, M Published: 19th September 2013

NIESR presents currency options paper to major Edinburgh economics conference.

Dr Angus Armstrong, director of macroeconomics at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, today presents his paper on Scotland's Currency Options to the International Conference on the Economics of Constitutional Change in Edinburgh.

The conference, part of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)'s Future of the UK and Scotland activities, has been organised by ESRC Fellow Professor David Bell, and his economics team at the University of Stirling.

A full copy of Dr. Armstrong's paper is attached. As well as Dr Armstrong's paper, researchers from the Institute for Fiscal Studies are also presenting their findings on public spending in Scotland, and Professor David Bell and his team present work on migration between Scotland and the rest of the UK.

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Notes to editors

1.       The full paper will be presented at the  International Conference on the Economics of Constitutional Change being held in Edinburgh on 19 and 20 September.  For details on accreditation please email or ring Paul O’Keeffe paul [at] bouldergroup.co.uk (m) 07740 818 240 The seminars are being held under Chatham House rules.

2.       Conference papers available here:
http://esrcscotecon.com/conferences/international-conference-on-economics-of-constitutional-change/

3.       IFS paper available here: http://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/6858

4.       The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is the UK's largest organisation for funding research on economic and social issues. It supports independent, high quality research which has an impact on business, the public sector and the third sector. More details about the ESRC’s Future of the UK and Scotland programme of activities are available at: www.esrc.ac.uk/scotland  and www.futureukandscotland.ac.uk .  Follow us: @UKScotland.

5.       The report can be found here: http://niesr.ac.uk/publications/scotland%E2%80%99s-currency-options#.Ujq89MZwpE4

6.       The animated video of Scotland’s Currency Choices can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBC0mLFz91o&feature=youtu.be

 

Further details of NIESR’s activities can be seen on http://niesr.ac.uk/ or by contacting: enquiries [at] niesr.ac.uk

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