Official economic statistics are poorly defined, imprecise, and incite envy and pernicious policy. Economists lament their decreasing availability, but this trend may turn out to be good for peoples pocketbooks and peace of mind.
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|Summer 2015||Gross Domestic Productan Index of Economic Welfare or a Meaningless Metric?|
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