Çalışmayan faaliyet adı toplam measuring

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Çalışmayan Faaliyet adı Toplam
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Measuring Household Production Methods of valuing household production – need to impute . Need to assign the monetary value to the time use - Replacement cost method: hours spent are valued at what level would it cost to pay someone else to do the same job. - Opportunity cost method: wage rate the person would have earned in the market at a paid job is valued. Neither method is perfect BUT better than nothing!
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Measuring Economic Well- Being Remember the goal! – well-being of the individuals Output cannot be the measure for human well- being - Well-being reducing products: drugs, unhealthy food - Well-being reducing production methods: unpleasant working conditions - Defensive expenditures: armaments - Loss of leisure: overwork makes you tired :D - Unequal distribution: prevalence of poverty
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Measuring Economic Well- Being Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) Personal Consumption Expenditure (corrected for inequality) + benefits (estimates of unpaid work and services of durables and public roads!) – social costs+ environment costs + net capital investment – foreign borrowing - cost of durables
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Measuring Economic Well- Being Human Development Index (HDI) – used by UNDP Capability Approach – Amartya Sen
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