She writes to me:
This is a quick note about a new publishing initiative of mine, Perspectives, a series of short books on aspects of economics and technology. The first four are out later this month – Jim O’Neill on the urgent need for changes in global governance, Julia Unwin on how emotion shapes our views on poverty, Andrew Sentance on why it will be painful to regain a higher growth rate, and Bridget Rosewell on how London can reshape itself post-financial crisis.
They are the kind of book I like to read myself: authoritative, outside the usual ruts of policy debate, and short. Kate Barker on planning policy and Dave Birch on the new technology of money coming up.