Shared power, shared prosperity (Scotland)
Published17th October 2019
In this short policy paper we recommend that Scottish government should consider earmarking around 20 per cent of the Shared Prosperity Fund for community-led economy development (CED).
In 2017 the UK government said it would replace EU Structural and Investment Funds with a new Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF).
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