Research and analysis
Scotland analysis: Macroeconomic and fiscal performance
The fifth paper in the UK government's Scotland analysis series, which looks at Scotland’s place in the UK and how it contributes to and benefits from being part of the UK.
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This paper is the fifth in the Scotland analysis series. It discusses the macroeconomic performance of Scotland as part of the UK, how the UK’s broad and diverse tax base helps maintain public spending stability in Scotland, and the potential impact of a border between Scotland and the rest of the UK.