David Eiser is a Research Fellow in Economics at the University of Stirling, and at the Centre on Constitutional Change.
He specialises in the economics of constitutional change, regional economics, and labour markets.
David has published extensively on the economics of devolution in the UK, particularly in regard to fiscal issues in Scotland. He co-edited work on the economics of Scottish independence published by the Scottish Economic Society, and has published a number of papers on inequality in Scotland. David has given evidence to various Scottish Parliament Committees, and published research for the Scottish Government on issues including, the integration of employment and skills services, broadband rollout, and the Commonwealth Games.
Apr 07, 2016 05:55 am UTC| Insights & Views
When Scottish Vote Leave launched on April 5, it had an eye-catching claim. The Scottish governments annual budget would rise by 1.5 billion in the event of Brexit, we were told. It arrived at this figure by calculating...