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Diane Coyle is Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge and founded the consultancy Enlightenment Economics. Her latest book is GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History.

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Productivity and the pandemic

This is a collection of essays that does what it says in the title, Productivity and the Pandemic. The book has a UK focus and, as an output of the Productivity Insights Network, a strong interest in the geographic impact of the pandemic shock to the economy. The chapters range from the future of cities to mental health, from housing markets to entrepreneurship. As always with an edited volume the

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More books by Diane Coyle…
“It turns out from a number of more recent studies that reported happiness is strongly positively linked with the change or growth in GDP per capita from year to year.”
Diane Coyle, GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History

“1970 the typical inhabitant was no better off than his or her counterpart in the year 1000, according to Maddison’s figures.”
Diane Coyle, GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History

“Grotesquely, there are cheerleaders for the king of Bhutan because of his claim that he seeks to increase gross national happiness, when Bhutan is one of the poorest and one of the more authoritarian countries in the world.”
Diane Coyle, GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History



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