The Scottish Government Year Book 1991

The Scottish Government Year Book 1991

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Established in 1977, "The Scottish Government Yearbook" is a round-up of the year's events in politics and Scottish government. Containing articles on different aspects of Scottish government and society, this issue documents recent Scottish legislation and gives information on 1990 publications. The 1991 Yearbook particularly concentrates on the impact of the Single European Market upon the Scottish economy, comparing British and Scottish perspectives of Europe and organized labour. A special reference section covers opinion polls and legislation.
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  • Hardback | 272 pages
  • 138 x 216mm
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 074860264X
  • 9780748602643

Table of contents

Introduction, Alice Brown; the year at Westminster, Iain MacWhirter. Part 1 1992 - the impact of the Single European Market; Scotland and the internal market, Andrew Scott; organized labour and Europe - an analysis of British and Scottish perspectives, R.Graham and M.McGrath; the peripheral interest - Scotland 1992 and all that, Maurice Smith. Part 2 Scotland in the future: environmental politics in Scotland, David Spaven; Scottish migration - prospects for the '90s, Isobel Lindsay; "Ane end of ane auld sang", Lindsay Paterson. Part 3 General section: regional elections, Bochel and Denver; the Lothians - a political history, Jean-Pierre Drieux, the Scottish Office in the 1980s, Richard Parry; defence and the Scottish environment, Malcolm Spaven; LAs and international links, Kevin Dunion; developing childcare services in Scotland - whose responsibility?, Bronwen Cohen; fiscal conservatism or fiscal prudence?, local spending and taxation in independent councils, Arthur Midwinter. Part 4 Reference section: opinion polls, David McCrone; Scottish legislation, Hamish Henderson; bibliography, Chris Allen; Scottish reference, Richard Parry.
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