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Since World War II, governments have largely relied on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to assess economic progress. Now, support is growing globally for a well-being approach to the economy where quality of life, greater equality and environmental protections are measured alongside traditional economic performance. In Episode 10, we talk to Chris Forester of the Island Community Mental Health Association and Emilie de Rosenroll of South Island Prosperity Partnership about measuring what matters.
Since World War II, governments have largely relied on Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to assess economic progress. Now, support is growing globally for a well-being approach to the economy where quality of life, greater equality and environmental protections are measured alongside traditional economic performance. In Episode 10, we talk to Chris Forester of the Island Community Mental Health Association and Emilie de Rosenroll of South Island Prosperity Partnership about measuring what matters. leer más leer menos

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