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"Misunderstanding of our lives": Why is GDP growth not equal to social progress?

"Misunderstanding of our lives": Why is GDP growth not equal to social progress?

  "Misunderstanding of our lives: Why is GDP growth is not equal to social progress," [United States] Joseph E. Stigletz is waiting for ISBN: 978-7-5166-0895-1 Xinhua Publishing House price: Yuan "to us The misunderstanding of life is a part of the study called "Economic Performance and Social Progress Measurement Committee". This committee is made by the two Nobel Sports Awards Joseph Stiglitz, Amatia Sen and France’s famous economists – Paul Fiti Leaders, members are economists from all over the world. , Sociologists and psychologists, the theme of research is the world’s most widely used economic activity metrics – Domestic GDP – is really a trusted indicator of economic and social progress.

The study was released in September 2009. Joseph E. Steglitz () is a US economist, professor of Economics, Columbia, has served as senior vice president of the World Bank, and won the Nobel Economics Award in 2001. Amartyasen is an Indian economist, Dean of the Sany College of Jinchenia University, the United Nations Development Program Human Development Report Mainly drafted, one of the human development index designers, won Nobel economics in 1998 prize. Jean-Paulfitoussi is a French economist, Professor of Economics, Paris, Director of the Economic Research Center of the Paris Political Science, and French President Sarkozy’s economic adviser.

  "Misunderstanding of our lives" is divided into three parts of GDP issues, quality of life, sustainable development and environments, introduces the results of this study. The book is fully analyzed that GDP is the limitations of the standards for measuring the degree of social happiness, introduces a series of bold new concepts, from sustainable economic welfare (SMEW) to savings and wealth assessed, "Green GDP", Measuring national economic growth has provided recommendations with social progress. "New York Times" comment: "This is a new study of the deep province, explaining why GDP growth is not enough to reflect the overall health of the economy and society. Many of the recommendations in the book will undoubtedly lead to decision makers and ordinary people." Related manuscripts.