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Rethinking What We Value

MEASURING PROSPERITY
MEASURING PROSPERITY

Rethinking What We Value

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Reconfiguring Prosperity

Towards a Socio-Economic Transformation for Well-Being within Planetary Boundaries

  • 50 years after “Limits to Growth”: Where do we go from here?
  • How do we get to a reconfigured understanding of prosperity?
  • Which concrete implementation efforts are necessary?

FUTURE EVENTS

  • Workshop Measuring Prosperity Session 3

    10.11.2022 15:00 - 16:00

    THE NEW INSTITUTE and the Global Solutions Initiative are collaboratively hosting a workshop series on “Measuring Prosperity”.

    The workshop series will attract major contributors to the measurement of economic performance beyond GDP and the measurement of business performance beyond shareholder value. In both these domains, the environmental and social effects of economic activity will be taken into consistent account. The aim of the workshop series is to bring the measurement of prosperity in these two domains into consonance, as a prelude to the consistent assessment of government policy and business reporting. This assessment is meant to be a foundation for exploring new approaches to the formulation of government policies and business strategies in the service of human wellbeing.

    The workshop series is part of the Socio-Economic Transformation programme at THE NEW INSTITUTE and draws on the networks of the Global Solutions Initiative, including the Council for Global Problem-Solving and the Young Global Changers.

    The workshop series is part of the Socio-Economic Transformation programme at THE NEW INSTITUTE and draws on the Global Initiative on Digital Empowerment (GIDE) as well as contributors from THE NEW INSTITUTE and the Global Solutions Initiative, along with their associated networks.

    For more information, please contact gabrielle.bieser@thenew.institute.

  • Workshop Measuring Prosperity Session 4

    28.11.2022 13:00 - 14:00

    THE NEW INSTITUTE and the Global Solutions Initiative are collaboratively hosting a workshop series on “Measuring Prosperity”.

    The workshop series will attract major contributors to the measurement of economic performance beyond GDP and the measurement of business performance beyond shareholder value. In both these domains, the environmental and social effects of economic activity will be taken into consistent account. The aim of the workshop series is to bring the measurement of prosperity in these two domains into consonance, as a prelude to the consistent assessment of government policy and business reporting. This assessment is meant to be a foundation for exploring new approaches to the formulation of government policies and business strategies in the service of human wellbeing.

    The workshop series is part of the Socio-Economic Transformation programme at THE NEW INSTITUTE and draws on the networks of the Global Solutions Initiative, including the Council for Global Problem-Solving and the Young Global Changers.

    During this edition, Vincent Siegerink (OECD) will give a presentation on “Measuring the non-financial performance of firms through the lens of the OECD Well-being Framework“.

    For more information, please contact gabrielle.bieser@thenew.institute.

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The SAGE Recoupling Dashboard

On the importance of social solidarity, agency and distributional considerations, by Antonia Toffert

  • How can prosperity be measured to address human needs and purposes?
  • What is the role of social solidarity and agency when addressing global crises?
  • To what extent do solidarity levels differ within societies?

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