Author & Founder of Enlightenment Economics & Bennett Professor of Public Policy, University of Cambridge
Diane is an economist specialising in new technologies, especially the impact of mobile phones in developing countries. She is the author of many books, the latest being ‘GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History’. For eight years she was a member of the Competition Commission. She is also Professor of Economics at the University of Manchester.
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Professor of Cognitive NeuroImaging, Aston University