David talks to Diane Coyle about how we measure whether the state of the economy is actually doing us any good. Why is it so hard to capture well-being in economic statistics and what impact has the digital revolution had on our quality of life?
What does it mean when there is a disconnect between conventional economic measures and life as it is experienced?
What are the conventional economic measures missing?
The 2008 Crash left deep scars, but the problems we see today go further back than that.
Interconnectivity is a key challenge going forward.
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