Genuine Progress Indicators (GPI): Measuring the impacts of gambling on well-being


Author(s): Anielski, Mark, Anielski Management Inc. Publisher: Alberta Gaming Research Institute Year Published: 2006 The Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) is a new measure of economic well-being that corrects the accounting errors inherent in the system of national accounts from which the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is derived. This presentation discusses the components of the GPI, in specific, the Alberta GPI Sustainable Well-being Accounting System, and outlines the Alberta GPI Study of Gambling (2001).

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