David Michael Garrood Newbery, CBE, FBA (born 1 June 1943), has been Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Cambridge since 1988. He is a foremost thinker in the field of energy economics, writing extensively on the regulation of electricity markets. His interests also include in climate change mitigation and environmental policy, privatisation, and risk.
Newbery, David M.G.; Stiglitz, Joseph E. (1981). The theory of commodity price stabilization: a study in the economics of risk. Oxford Oxford New York: Clarendon Press Oxford University Press. ISBN9780198284178.
Newbery, David M.G.; Stern, Nicholas (1987). The Theory of taxation for developing countries. New York: Published for the World Bank by Oxford University Press. ISBN9780195205411.
Newbery, David M.G. (1995). Tax and benefit reform in Central and Eastern Europe. London: Centre for Economic Policy Research. ISBN9781898128199.
Newbery, David M. (1999). Privatization, restructuring, and regulation of network utilities. The Walras-Pareto Lectures. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. ISBN9780262640480.
Newbery, David M.G.; Székely, István P. (2008). Hungary: an economy in transition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN9780521057547.