About The Committee
The Committee determines its own subjects for inquiry and also deals with any proposals for legislation, statutory instruments or petitions referred to it. Further details on these subjects can be found in our Current Business section of the website. When the Committee has chosen the subject for an inquiry, it will normally issue a call for evidence and arrange for witnesses to be invited to appear at a committee meeting. Inquiries can typically last for several months although they can be shorter. Most inquiries result in the publication of a final report to the Scottish Parliament.
The Committee's meetings are generally held on Wednesday mornings and are usually open to the public. Space is limited and places can be booked in advance through Visitor Services. Details about individual meetings can be found on the meetings page section of the website.
“An inquiry into Scotland’s potential economic future – whether there is a yes or no vote - following the Independence Referendum on 18 September 2014.”
The Committee issued a call for evidence (185KB pdf) on Wednesday 11 December 2013 which closed on 31 January 2014. The Committee started taking oral evidence in February 2014, and expects the inquiry to last 4 months.
Read the written submissions received
12th Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee Meeting 2014
Date: 12th Meeting, Monday 28 April 2014
Location: The Sir Duncan Rice Library, University of Aberdeen
Inquiry into Scotland's Economic Future Post-2014
Read the latest report from the Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee.
6th Report, 2014 (Session 4): Legislative Consent Memorandum: Deregulation Bill