One chapter is by Cento Veljanovski and is titled The Common Law and Wealth.
Some laws are more efficient or more conducive to facilitating economic activity and growth than others. It appears that the common law may do this better than civil law systems, at least in some areas and in some jurisdictions.Under "Europe" the author lists Cyprus, England, Ireland and Wales as common law jurisdictions. Scotland isn't mentioned and has a mixed system with less use of the common law than elsewhere in these islands.
The question is this: Does Scotland's legal system harm economic growth?
I honestly don't know.