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Mis-measuring our lives : why GDP doesn't add up?

Abstract : Mismeasuring Our Lives is the result of this major intellectual effort, containing pressing relevance for anonyme engaged in assessing how and whether our economy is serving the needs of our society. The authors offer a sweeping assessment of GDP's limitations as a measurement of the well-being of societies and introduce a bold array of new concepts from sustainable measures of economic welfare to evaluations of savings and wealth and a "green GDP". At a time when policy makers worldwide are grappling with unprecedented global financial and environmemntal issues. Mismeasuring Our Lives is an essential guide to measuring the things that matter most.
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Amartya Sen, Joseph Stiglitz, Jean-Paul Fitoussi. Mis-measuring our lives : why GDP doesn't add up?. The New Press, pp.137, 2010. ⟨hal-03415632⟩



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