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Professor Graeme Roy


Fraser of Allander Institute

Personal statement

I am the Director of the Fraser of Allander Institute.

I re-joined the Fraser in May 2016 after 8 ½ years in the Scottish Government – where I was formerly a Senior Economic Adviser and head of the First Minister’s Policy Unit.

I have responsibility for the overall strategy and outputs of the Institute.

Leading the Fraser is a tremendous privilege. Over the last 40 years, the Institute has made an outstanding contribution to helping improve our understanding of the Scottish economy and to informing better policymaking.

Our mix of cutting-edge academic research and close engagement with the business and policy communities is what sets us apart.

We are committed to informing and encouraging public debate through the provision of the highest quality independent advice and analysis.

If you would like to discuss how we can work with your organisation – including through our FAI Membership Scheme – please do not hesitate to get in touch.


The long-term economic implications of Brexit for Scotland : an interregional analysis
Figus Gioele, Lisenkova Katerina, McGregor Peter, Roy Graeme, Swales Kim
Papers in Regional Science, (2017)
Outlook and appraisal [December 2017]
Roy Graeme
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 41, pp. 7-34, (2017)
Self-employment in Scotland : trends and its implications for productivity
Roy Graeme, Richmond Kenny, Slow Jonathan
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 41, pp. 66-75, (2017)
Scotland's gender pay gap : latest data and insights
Roy Graeme, Hamilton Neil, Richmond Kenny
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 41, pp. 51-65, (2017)
Outlook and appraisal [June 2017]
Roy Graeme
Quarterly Economic Commentary Vol 41, pp. 2-22, (2017)
Scotland's Economy : 2017
Roy Graeme
Engage with Strathclyde, pp. 1-20, (2017)

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