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I like the several ways you look at measuring social well-being and how it is related to GDP per capita.

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Urmika

The GDP is a very useful statistic to estimate a country's commercial productivity. But as an economics' student, I came across many views that express at length it's shortcomings like it taking into account destructive items' production, avoiding the value of natural resources, etc.
Please help me counter these points.

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