Business Conversations: The Economics of Independence

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What would Scotland’s economic situation be if it was an independent country?

Tuesday 15 June, 3.00pm - 4.00pm
Zoom online webinar

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In this, the 'The Economics of Independence' and latest event of the series, we were delighted to welcome an expert panel to discuss the economic outlook for Scotland should it become an independent country. The conversation aimed to address the question from an apolitical perspective examining both the macro and micro economic implications of life as an independent nation.

The discussion was led by Professor Graeme Roy, University of Glasgow's College of Social Sciences Dean of External Engagement.

Our expert panel included:

  • Dr Tanya Wilson – Lecturer and research specialist in Family Economics
  • Professor Ronald MacDonald - Research Professor of Macroeconomics and International Finance

The Economics of Independence


For further information, please contact: business-events@glasgow.ac.uk

First published: 15 June 2021