University of Strathclyde US, UK and EU Flags Takes you to the main page for this section

SPP 451

Author: Michael Keating
Description: The future of devolution can be seen from two perspectives, the neo-unionist and the plurinational. Detailed proposals for change should be appraised for the coherence within these perspectives. Changes need to take into account the changing nature of the state and the requirements for public policy in the present era. The most difficult and important areas are social security and fiscal policy. Devolution can be constitutionally entrenched. Stronger forms of devolution have implications for the role of Scotland within the UK and for the centre, which have so far been ignored.

Price: £3.00
Postal Address:    CSPP Publications, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, G1 1XQ, UK

In order to purchase this paper click the following link to open the university shop and enter the cost/publication info as instructed

CSPP School of Government & Public Policy U. of Strathclyde Glasgow G1 1XQ Scotland