Challenging our measure of progress (Robert Kennedy)

In 1968, Robert F. Kennedy challenged the basic way progress and well-being is measured through Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This has only become more relevant since then. See similar arguments hereĀ Economists must learn to subtract (Adbusters). An alternative to GDP is proposed hereĀ The Genuine Progress Indicator, an alternative to GDP (Ron Colman).

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