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Title: A review of the National Performance Framework in light of the Stiglitz Report recommendations
Authors: Sustainable Development Commission Scotland
Carnegie United Kingdom Trust
Keywords: Well-being
Sustainable economy
Enabling sustainable lives
National performance framework
Gross Domestic Product
Issue Date: Jan-2011
Series/Report no.: SDC reports and papers
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to review the structure of the Scottish National Performance Framework (NPF) against the 12 recommendations set out in the Stiglitz Report.
Version: Publisher PDF
Description: Contents: A review of the National Performance Framework in light of the Stiglitz Report recommendations -- Annex 1: A national performance framework (Chapter 8 of 'Scottish budget spending review 2007') -- Annex 2: The capabilities approach (reproduced from Sen and Alkire in the Stiglitz Report, p. 151) -- Annex 3: The equality measurement framework
This report is based on the 'Report by the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress' (Stiglitz Report, 2009) and 'More than GDP : measuring what matters' (2011).
Type: Report
Rights: (c) Sustainable Development Commission
Publication Status: Published
Status: Peer reviewed
Publisher: Sustainable Development Commission
Appears in Collections:Sustainable Development Commission Reports

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