pib: Ease of life: improving the lives of citizens through social and economic progress


Basic and crude measures of ease of living may not be enough to make policy decisions important for development.


Ensuring better living comfort and the well-being of the entire population requires a combination of multiple factors. At the crucial point, it is imperative to provide the bare necessities to the population. Access to education, clean water, health facilities and housing ultimately form the foundation of a healthy nation.

For a very long time, the idea of ​​development hinged around increasing economic growth. Specifically, the measurement of gross domestic product (GDP) has been hailed as the ultimate test of growth and development. GDP is an essential measure for assessing a country’s economic performance, that is, information on economic prospects, income and employment. It does not imply an understanding of social progress and the quality of life that

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