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Fraser of Allander Institute : Economic Commentary [March 2017]

Fraser of Allander Institute (2017) Fraser of Allander Institute : Economic Commentary [March 2017]. [Report]

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    The Fraser of Allander Institute is Scotland’s leading economic research institute with over 40 years of experience researching, analysing and commentating on the Scottish economy. It is widely regarded as Scotland’s expert authority on economic policy issues. The ‘Fraser’ undertakes a unique blend of cutting-edge academic research, alongside applied commissioned economic consultancy in partnership with business, local and national government and the third sector. The Fraser of Allander has a unique mix of staff expertise, experiences and backgrounds that enables it to bring together cutting-edge economic methods and techniques with practical policy solutions and business strategies. For over 40 years, The Fraser of Allander Institute Economic Commentary has been the leading publication on the Scottish economy providing authoritative and independent analysis of the Scottish economy. The Fraser of Allander Institute is a research institute of the Department of Economics and is part of Strathclyde Business School, Scotland’s leading business school.