Should GDP growth be the only metric to base national prosperity?

Economists and statisticians use several methods to track economic growth. The most well-known and frequently tracked is the gross domestic product (GDP). Over time, however, some economists have highlighted limitations and biases in the GDP calculation. Dr. Richard Hames, Senior Policy Advisor for the New Liberals tells us if GDP growth can be the only metric to base national prosperity. Watch this video for more!

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