One-dimensional indicators such as GNI per capita are known to be flawed measures of well-being.. The Human Development Index (HDI) introduced dimensions of health and education alongside income.. This column argues that an HDI adjusted for inequality and hours worked gives deeper insight into a country’s economic standing..

Source: Human Development, Inequality, and Long Working Hours

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