The outlook for Scotland’s budget in 2023-24 has become more challenging due to factors wholly outwith the control of the Scottish Government, but there are decisions that Deputy First Minister John Swinney can make to ease the path ahead for Scotland, according to a new report. In its pre-bud
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A total of 45% of Scotland's wealth is held by 10% of households, whilst a tenth of households have no, or negative wealth, according to a new report from the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI). The report, carried out by the institute, which is part of the University of Strathclyde, explores trends
New figures which show the economic reach of Scotland’s renewable energy sector for the first time are have been released by the University of Strathclyde’s Fraser of Allander Institute.
Building more social homes could add billions to Scotland’s post-pandemic economic recovery, says former RBS chief economist
The economic and wellbeing case for building more social homes in Scotland has been laid out in a major new report by Stephen Boyle, former chief economist at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Scotland's GDP could contract by around 20-25% if the government-imposed coronavirus restrictions remain in place for three months, the University of Strathclyde's Fraser of Allander Institute has warned.
Housing supply growth has varied across Scotland and a number of challenges and opportunities await the industry in coming years, according to new research from Homes for Scotland (HFS). The trade body, which represents over 200 organisations delivering the majority of the country’s new homes,
Glasgow Housing Association’s transformation of social housing in Scotland’s largest city has boosted the nation’s economy by £2 billion and supported thousands of jobs, a new report has revealed. The study by the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI) reviewed the impact of both