Joseph E. Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics, is university professor at Columbia University and chief economist at the Roosevelt Institute. He is the author of The Stiglitz Report and a co-author of Mismeasuring Our Lives. He lives in New York City. Jean-Paul Fitoussi is professor emeritus at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (SciencesPo), Paris, and professor at LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome. He is a co-author of Mismeasuring Our Lives and a co-editor of For Good Measure. He lives in Paris. Martine Durand is the chief statistician and director of statistics of the OECD. She is a co-editor of For Good Measure. She lives in Paris.
Praise for Measuring What Counts:
"Nobel-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz's (former chief economist of the World Bank) new book: Measuring What Counts: The Global Movement for Well-Being (The New Press, 2019) tackles the issue by exposing its paramount importance in judging how society gauges prosperity or alternatively the failure of prosperity."