The Unit's ESRC-funded project monitoring devolution created four monitoring teams, in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the English regions. These produced regular reports on political and constitutional developments. Its reports are gathered here.
The result of extensive work analysing Scottish devolution and the legislation that led to it, this book, written by members of the Constitution Unit gathered together our findings on the topic.
View a breakdown of the projects the Constitution Unit has conducted on the issue of devolution and the English regions.
During this project, members of the Constitution Unit monitored the implementation of devolution in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
This book was the outcome of a long-running project examining the changing political dynamics of devolution as a result of New Labour's devolution settlement.
This project considered the impact of devolution on healthcare policy, taking as it subject matter the lives of devolution's first parliaments. It sought lessons for England's regions and London.
This project assessed the extent to which the devolved assemblies sought to differentiate themselves from their creator: Westminster in their aspirations, objectives and practice.
View a breakdown of our research projects concerning the UK here.
View a breakdown of our research projects concerning England here.
View a breakdown of our research projects concerning Wales here.
View a breakdown of our research projects concerning Northern Ireland here.
View a breakdown of our research projects concerning Scotland here.