Scottish Independence Would Be 2-3 Times More Costly Than
In this blog, Hanwei Huang, Thomas Sampson and Patrick Schneider (LSE) analyse the economics of Scottish independence by looking at its impact on trade. Independence would put a new border between Scotland and the rest of the UK, introducing new trade costs. They find that since the rest of the UK is Scotland’s largest trading partner, the impact of independence would be 2-3 times greater
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Bad choice design can be particularly harmful for less
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The five dramatic phases of writing an essay at LSE
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