Scottish election: Parties debate Scottish economy
- 18 April 2011
- From the section Scotland business
Senior members of the main political parties have taken part in an economics debate for BBC Scotland.
The panel were given the opportunity to explain their policies on jobs, the cost of living and their future vision for the Scottish economy.
Members of the SNP and the Scottish Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Green parties took part.
The panel faced a live audience at BBC Scotland's headquarters at Pacific Quay, Glasgow.
John Swinney spoke for the SNP, Andy Kerr for Scottish Labour, Derek Brownlee for the Scottish Conservatives, Jeremy Purvis for the Scottish Liberal Democrats and Patrick Harvie for the Scottish Green Party.
The Big Debate: The Economy is available on iPlayer.