PhD Candidate, Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University
Dan Chester is a PhD researcher at Lancaster University. His research, contributing to the Timescales and Investment Dynamics in the Economy (TIDE) project under the ESRC/NIESR Rebuilding Macroeconomics network, investigates how the turnover dynamics of capital assets determine the inertia of economies, particularly in the context of a rapid climate transition where large financial values may be at risk.
Dec 04, 2021 01:55 am UTC| Economy
From power plants to coffee cups or your childhood home, everything that makes up the economy has a life expectancy. Much of what we make and consume lasts just weeks, months or years. However, lots of infrastructure...