G-20 Missed the Point: The Real Wealth of Nations is People

As often happens, the just-completed Pittsburgh G-20 meeting ended with admirable pronouncements, among them, the “responsibility to invest in people by providing education, job training, decent work conditions, health care…and to fight poverty, discrimination, and all forms of social exclusion”. But with the near-exclusive use of GDP growth as the central measure of societal success, we risk falling short of these lofty goals by a long shot.

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