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Mis-measuring Our Lives -

Mis-measuring Our Lives

Why the GDP Doesn't Add Up

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In February of 2008, amid the looming global financial crisis, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France asked Nobel Prize-winning economists Joseph Stiglitz and Amartya Sen, along with the distinguished French economist Jean Paul Fitoussi, to establish a commission of leading economists to study whether Gross Domestic Product (GDP)--the most widely used measure of economic activity--is a reliable indicator of economic and social progress.

Product code: 9781595585196

ISBN 9781595585196
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H190xW134
Publisher The New Press
No. Of Pages 176