Distinguished Lecture Series - New rules for the digital economy
More than a quarter of a century into the digital revolution, and with wide applications of artificial intelligence on the horizon, the dramatic changes in technology have raced ahead of social institutions and the organisation of the economy.
How do the rules and policies governing economic life need to adapt to the challenges posed by technological change, for everyone to benefit?
About the Author
Diane Coyle is the inaugural Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge. She is a member of the UK Council of Economic Advisers and the Natural Capital Committee, as well as a Fellow of the Office for National Statistics. Her books include GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History and The Economics of Enough (both Princeton). Twitter @DianeCoyle1859