|Born||1964 (age 54–55)|
Dundee, United Kingdom
|Occupation||writer, academic and research fellow|
Gerry Hassan (born 1964) is a British writer, commentator and academic. He is currently Senior Research Fellow in contemporary Scottish history at the University of Dundee; previously he has been Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research Scotland and a Research Fellow in cultural policy at the University of the West of Scotland, where he completed his doctorate. He is an associate for Demos where he led their Scotland 2020 and Glasgow 2020 programmes and OpenDemocracy. He has written widely in the Scottish and UK press, including The Scotsman, The Herald, Holyrood, Sunday Mail and The Guardian on topics and issues related to the United Kingdom, particularly Scotland.
- The New Scotland, 1998 (Fabian Society)
- A Guide to the Scottish Parliament: The Shape of Things To Come, 1999 (The Stationery Office)
- A Different Future: A Moderniser’s Guide to Scotland, 1999 (The Big Issue in Scotland/Centre for Scottish Public Policy)
- The New Scottish Politics: The First Year of the Scottish Parliament and Beyond, 2000 (The Stationery Office)
- The Almanac of Scottish Politics, 2001 (Politico's Publishing)
- Tomorrow’s Scotland, 2002 (Lawrence and Wishart)
- Anatomy of the New Scotland: Power, Influence and Change, 2002 (Mainstream Publishing)
- Staying Human: Respect, Values and Social Justice, 2003 (Scottish Human Services)
- The Scottish Labour Party: History, Institutions and Ideas, 2004 (Edinburgh University Press)
- The Political Guide to Modern Scotland: People, Places and Power, 2004 (Politico's Publishing)
- Scotland 2020: Hopeful Stories for a Northern Nation, 2005 (Demos)
- After Blair: Politics After the New Labour Decade (Lawrence and Wishart)
- The Dreaming City: Glasgow 2020 and the Power of Mass Imagination, 2007 (Demos)
- The Modern SNP: From Protest to Power, 2009 (Edinburgh University Press)
- Radical Scotland: Arguments for Self-Determination, 2011 (Luath Press)
- ImagiNation: Stories of Scotland’s Future, 2011 (Big Sky Press)
- The Strange Death of Labour Scotland, 2012 (Edinburgh University Press)
- The Seven Wonders of Scotland, 2012 (Birlinn)
- After Independence: The State of the Scottish Nation Debate, 2013 (Luath Press)
- Caledonian Dreaming: The Quest for a Different Scotland, 2014 (Luath Press)
- Independence of the Scottish Mind: Elite Narratives, Public Spaces and the Making of a Modern Nation, 2014 (Palgrave Macmillan)
- Scotland's Referendum and the Media: National and International Perspectives, 2016 (Edinburgh University Press)
- Scottish National Party Leaders, 2016 (Biteback Publishing)
- Scotland the Bold: How Our Nation Changed and Why There is No Going Back, 2016 (Freight Publishing) 
- Scotland, the UK and Brexit: A Guide to the Future, 2017 (Luath Press)
- A Nation Changed?: The SNP and Scotland Ten Years On, 2017 (Luath Press) 
- The People's Flag and the Union Jack: An Alternative History of Britain and the Labour Party, 2019 (Biteback Publishing)
- Scotland the Brave? Twenty Years of Change and the Future of the Nation, 2019 (Luath Press)
- The Story of the Scottish Parliament: The First Two Decades Explained, 2019 (Edinburgh University Press)
- "Reflections on Turning Fifty in the Scotland of 2014". Scottish Review. 26 November 2014. Retrieved 1 August 2017.
- "Contributor page: Gerry Hassan". The Guardian. Retrieved 19 August 2017.
- "Gerry Hassan: Associate Fellow". Institute of Public Policy Research. Retrieved 28 August 2016.
- Demos Staff overview
- "About Gerry Hassan". Open Democracy. Retrieved 19 August 2017.
- McIntosh, Alastair (14 December 2016). "Scotland the Bold". Bella Caledonia. Retrieved 23 December 2016.
- Paton, Craig (31 July 2017). "A Nation Changed? Scotland and the SNP 10 years on". CommonSpace. Retrieved 1 August 2017.
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