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GDP sensitivities

19 June 2014 By Edward Hadas

France is refusing to include involuntary prostitution in its measure of national output. The stance runs contrary to new European standards. It also exposes the problem with economists’ conviction that GDP can be ethically neutral. France is right. GDP purists are wrong.

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