Is GDP relevant to measure sustainability?

Parulian Sihotang, Rosalinda Birdinia Barus

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Built on the recommendation of the Think 20 (T20) Saudi Arabia, the “ideas bank” of the Group of 20, T20 Indonesia calls for G20 countries to move beyond gross domestic product (GDP) by complimenting it with inclusive wealth indicators by 2025. The T20 Indonesia, through its Task Force 9- Global Cooperation for Sustainable Development Goal Financing, has introduced a stock-flow approach to measure the well-being of the G20. The multidimensional indicators will focus on measuring the inclusive wealth portfolio along with a small set of flow indicators related to both market and non-market sources of well-being in the economic, social and environmental domains.

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Specialist publicationThe Jakarta Post
PublisherThe Jakarta Post
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2022


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