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Economic Affairs Committee
Report published on 20 November 2015. Government Response published on 20 January 2016. The report was debated during the second reading and committee stages of the Scotland Act 2016.
Oral and written evidence: The devolution of public finances in the United Kingdom
The UK government’s response to the Lords Economic Affairs Committee Report: "A Fracturing Union? The Implications of Financial Devolution to Scotland"
Letter from Professor David Bell to Chairman.
Chairman and Lord Lang of Monkton write to Lord Dunlop.
Letter from Greg Hands MP to Chairman about Government Response to Devolution Report
Letter from Lord Dunlop, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland, to the Chairman.
Economic Affairs Committee Report on the devolution of public finances in the United Kingdom.
Evidence given by Carlo Cottarelli, former Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Evidence given by Sir Danny Alexander; Keith Cochrane, Chief Executive, The Weir Group; Professor John Kay, Visiting Professor of Economics, London School of Economics; Professor Noel Lloyd CBE, Former Vice Chancellor of Aberystwyth University, Silk Commission
Evidence given by Professor Gerald Holtham, Cardiff Business School, Chair of the Holtham Commission; Tom Crotty, Director, INEOS Group; Charlotte Barbour, Director of Taxation, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS)
Evidence given by David Phillips, Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies; Professor Iain McLean, Professor of Politics, University of Oxford
Evidence given by Lesley Riddoch and Peter Jones
Evidence given by Dr James Cuthbert and Mrs Margaret Cuthbert
Evidence given by The Rt. Hon. Alistair Darling
Evidence given by Professor Ronald MacDonald, Research Professor of Macroeconomics and International Finance (Economics), University of Glasgow; Professor Adam Tomkins, Professor of the John Millar Chair of Public Law, University of Glasgow; Professor John McLaren, Honorary Professor of Public Policy at the Business School, University of Glasgow
Evidence given by Professor David Heald, Professor of Accountancy, University of Aberdeen Business School; Professor Alan Trench, Professor of Politics, University of Ulster; Professor Jim Gallagher, Visiting Professor of Government, University of Glasgow; Dr Angus Armstrong, Director of Macroeconomics, National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR)