Gross domestic product, or GDP, is defined as the monetary market value of all goods and services produced within a defined geographical area in one year (Bergh, 2009). The main architect of this measurement was Simon Kuznets, but he developed it in the 1930s for the United States national accounting system to answer questions such … Continue reading Can we use GDP as a metric for well-being?
Escaping the darkness of Sweden and Iceland all PhDs and supervisors met for the second AdaptEconII workshop in France from December the 5th to 11th 2016. Also, escaping the pre-Christmas stress the training took place in the Volcanoes next to Clermont Ferrand. This workshop was especially focused on economic training and understanding how current economic … Continue reading AdaptEconII in France – 2nd Training Workshop