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Mending Scotland: Essays in Economic Regionalism

Who gave us the world's most popular novelist and the everlasting iron chancellor? And then threw in a banking suit prepared to do a deal with an American evangelist who believes the world will end in 2007? Not to speak of the gel-filled bra, and Ms Margaret MacDonald making £150 million (maybe) from the world's oldest profession with the world's newest technology?

Welcome to the weird and wacky world of the Scottish economy. But not, in Chris Harvie's view, altogether a bundle of laughs, in a country with the worst health in west Europe, the lowest recycling and one of the biggest black economies. . .

The contrast between the situation in Scotland and the (generally) sober world of European regionalism has led to Mending Scotland, an introduction to regional economics and its place in society and politics...and more.

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