Jan 22, 2015 | by Centre
As the World Economic Forum is holding its Annual Meeeting in Switzerland this week we look at economics and wellbeing.
There is a growing movement which argues that you should measure a country’s progress by more than GDP. The Office for National Statistics, as part of Measuring What Matters recently published economic wellbeing data alongside the standard economic data for Q3 2014.
This is the first time that these figures have been released together to present a more rounded way of assessing economic wellbeing
Our Pioneer Case study examines the work of a Career Connect, a charity supporting adults’ and young peoples’ resilience as they move into education or the workplace.