🎙️ New Podcast: Diane Coyle on Making Economics Better

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Women in Economics: Diane Coyle on Making Economics Better

November 26, 2021


In our latest IMF Podcast and the third episode of our Women in Economics series, distinguished British economist Diane Coyle speaks with journalist Rhoda Metcalfe about how the lack of diversity within the economic profession is holding it back. Coyle is the Bennett Professor of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge and author of several books, some of which challenge conventional economic wisdom such as GDP. In this podcast, Coyle says economists need to start working with other disciplines if they are to live up to the influence they have in public policy and help deliver solutions to the complex challenges the world is now facing. 

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Look for the review of Diane Coyle's latest book Cogs and Monsters in the Fall edition of Finance and Development.



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Bruce Edwards

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