It is possible to have a very industrious country have a very high GDP, but all of its people could be overworked and sick which would translate to a poor well-being measure. With such an evaluation negative effects on wealth of the producer and consumer side through unemployment and its associated impact on nonmonetary wealth and respectively the environment are not given.
It is because if there is no GDP, then the country can't achieve any goals. These means that much of the work done by women world-wide goes unrecognized in the economy and therefore is unimportant when it comes to making policy about their lives.
Besides people who earns their livelihood by small work like theft, begging, selling things, moving to different places do not participate in increasing GDP. For example, it counts the value a new car engine only after it's assembled in the vehicle. Again, GDP views all spending as positive.
Michael Manamela Chief Director 012 310 8520 082 888 2205 michaelm statssa. GDP views this spending as a positive development. Jo2599 Report Post. They also compare country growth rates to find their best international opportunities. Unemployment, worker's rights, a quality public infrastructure, and living wages are among the things that are reliable.
Aneen Jordaan reports. Other notable performers were:. GDP is equal to the total monetary value of all final goods and services that have been exchanged within a specific border over a set period of time. If there were real and accurate data charts out there that reflected quality of life as an indicator of GDP growth, then I would believe it.
Look him up if you haven't heard of him. France, 8. What information do you want to receive from Stats SA and how often? GDP per Capita:Real GDP Per Capita and the Standard of Living