The Digital Economy

Economists have got GDP calculations wrong for years - here's why

With the advent of smartphones, digital goods have become a bigger share of where we get our value. Image: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Erik Brynjolfsson

Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Professor; Director, Digital Economy Lab, Stanford University

Ceri Parker

Previously Commissioning Editor, Agenda, World Economic Forum

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Counting the cost: A table showing what people would least want to live without, from top to bottom Image: PNAS, Erik Brynjolfsson, Avinash Collis, and Felix Eggers
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