Diane Coyle

10th Apr 19, 11:28am
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As lifestyles in developing economies improve dramatically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their wellbeing deteriorate. Without fundamental change it is difficult to imagine them having a prosperous future
As lifestyles in developing economies improve dramatically, many in the advanced economies are seeing their wellbeing deteriorate. Without fundamental change it is difficult to imagine them having a prosperous future
10th Apr 19, 11:28am
16th Feb 19, 9:46am
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GDP's successor will need to be compelling and tell a persuasive story, consistent with experience, of what is happening in our economies. Wellbeing may not be it, but wealth might be says Diane Coyle
GDP's successor will need to be compelling and tell a persuasive story, consistent with experience, of what is happening in our economies. Wellbeing may not be it, but wealth might be says Diane Coyle
16th Feb 19, 9:46am
15th Dec 18, 10:31am
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As algorithmic decision-making spreads across more policy areas, it is exposing social and economic inequities that were long hidden behind "official" data. Diana Coyle wants to use a new bias in favour of 'a more just society'
As algorithmic decision-making spreads across more policy areas, it is exposing social and economic inequities that were long hidden behind "official" data. Diana Coyle wants to use a new bias in favour of 'a more just society'
15th Dec 18, 10:31am
9th Oct 18, 9:19am
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Despite the obvious advantages of cost-benefit analysis, Diane Coyle says optimal efficiency is not always desirable, and the long-term benefits of an investment are not always clear from the start
Despite the obvious advantages of cost-benefit analysis, Diane Coyle says optimal efficiency is not always desirable, and the long-term benefits of an investment are not always clear from the start
9th Oct 18, 9:19am
18th Jul 18, 9:24am
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Diane Coyle says there are three ways regulation can benefit an economy. The key is how it is designed
Diane Coyle says there are three ways regulation can benefit an economy. The key is how it is designed
18th Jul 18, 9:24am
30th Jan 18, 2:53pm
John Mauldin argues that GDP is a historical artifact from an industrial economy that doesn’t really exist anymore & we need something to replace it with
John Mauldin argues that GDP is a historical artifact from an industrial economy that doesn’t really exist anymore & we need something to replace it with
30th Jan 18, 2:53pm