How the well-being of nations is measured may seem like a snore-inducing topic for policy wonks. But tracking progress is critical to building a better world. And we are part of a growing crowd, including economists, who believe it’s time to change the measure we use to assess the state of nations.
- Shanghai abandons city’s GDP target as China’s economy slows – LA Times
- Trevor Hancock: GDP is not a useful measure of well-being