Newly-published research by the University of Strathclyde's Fraser of Allander Institute has revealed that the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) contributes over £200 million to the Scottish economy every year and supports 5,700 jobs.
The first major survey of Scottish businesses since the coronavirus outbreak has revealed that 85% of firms expect growth in the Scottish economy to be weak or very weak in the next 12 months, marking an increase of 53% in the previous quarter.
Scotland's GDP could contract by around 20-25% if the government-imposed coronavirus restrictions remain in place for three months, the University of Strathclyde's Fraser of Allander Institute has warned.
The coronavirus outbreak has already led to a sharp economic downturn in Scotland; one that will undoubtedly change the shape of our economy in the long-run, according to the Fraser of Allander Institute.
The general election has provided some clarity for Scottish businesses amid continued growth, albeit weak, according to one of the first major post-election surveys of Scotland’s business community. The latest Scottish Business Monitor, produced in a partnership between the Fraser of Allander
Businesses are in a period of stasis with global and domestic factors all contributing to subdued levels of confidence and investment, according to the latest Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) Quarterly Economic Indicator (QEI) survey for Q4 of 2019. The quarterly survey was carried out between No
The highest earners in Scotland will pay less tax than their counterparts in the rest of the UK under Jeremy Corbyn's plan for government, a new analysis by the Fraser of Allander Institute has found. The economic research institute which is based at the University of Strathclyde has carried out an
Business confidence within the oil and gas sector has increased with 43% of contractors reporting a rise in production activity, up from 28% 12 months ago, according to the 31st Oil & Gas survey conducted by Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce. The survey of 90 UK firms employing ar