Carol Corrado’s publication wins Indigo Prize for designing a new indicator to measure GDP

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Senior policy scholar Carol Corrado and her co-authors have won the Indigo Prize  (new window)for their publication Improving GDP: Demolishing, Repointing or Extending? (new window) The Indigo Prize is awarded to the entrant(s) whom submit the best answer to the prize questions: “How would you design a new economic measure for global economies that fully acknowledges not only social and economic factors but the impact of creativity, entrepreneurship and digital skills? How should your new measure be used to improve the way we measure GDP in official statistics?”  

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