The short and long term implications for the Global, UK and Scottish economy, with Stephen Boyle and Professor Andrew Goudie [Podcast] EP22

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Abstract

Graeme Roy is joined by Mairi Spowage and Stephen Boyle of the Fraser of Allander Institute, and Professor Andrew Goudie of the University of Strathclyde to discuss the latest economic implications of the global crisis. The team discuss the current ongoing economic implications for the global, UK and Scottish economies, as well as setting out the long term issues they will face. Stephen expands on his contribution to our Expert Insights publication, with Andrew offering findings from his report ‘Rethinking our global future’. Timestamps (1:03) Oversight and key points from ‘Rethinking our Global Future’, Andrew (12:20) The short term and long term implications and issues for the global economy, Stephen (18:25) What are your concerns for the Euro Area? Stephen (21:08) What is the importance of resilience? Andrew (28:20) What do you see as the outlook for monetary policy internationally and in the UK? Stephen (30:34) What are your expectations for future public finances and public services? Andrew (38:31) What are your reflections on the outlook for public spending? Stephen (43:02) Where should the attention be focussed in the next few years? Andrew (48:45) What should the priority be within the policy landscape of Scotland? Stephen (55:57) How do you turn ideas within a strategy into reality? Stephen & Andrew
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
EditionEP22
Media of outputOnline
Size59.9 MB
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2020

Keywords

  • global economy
  • UK economy
  • Scottish economy
  • global crisis
  • long term issues
  • Rethinking our Global Future
  • resilience
  • monetary policy
  • public finances
  • public services
  • public spending

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