Published on 23 June 2021
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Beyond GDP, true wealth, natural capital, long-term planning, and more…

How do we value environmental and social assets, skills, data, & wellbeing, to monitor what is going on in the economy and make informed policy decisions?

In the first University of Cambridge Cambridge Global Conversations “Possible Paths” Interview, economist Diane Coyle, Bennett Professor of Public Policy, talks about ‘true wealth’, natural and social capital, the reason why we should put monetary values on nature, long-term planning, lessons from 2008, externalities, inequality, the Victorians, data, and more.

Credit: Cambridge Global Conversations Possible Paths Interview Series.

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