Tagged: Genuine Progress Indicator
By reducing inequality, boosting consumer spending and reducing underemployment, Maryland’s new Minimum Wage Act could generate over $2 billion a year in economic benefits for the state.
A webinar revealing stories from Massachusetts, Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic Transition Hub, and Vermont in using the Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI).
IPS' Director of the Genuine Progress Project, Daphne Wysham will be among a host of speakers to share important information about the upcoming legislative session.
A great webinar featuring IPS' Daphne Wysham and John Talberth of Center for Sustainable Economy about "How Maryland is Leading the World to a More Equitable and Sustainable Economy."
The Institute for Policy Studies' Genuine Progress Project joins Demos in welcoming Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley and Earth Institute Director Jeffrey Sachs for a dialogue on measuring and sustaining what matters in the 21st-Century Economy.
Sachs and O'Malley to discuss how Gross Domestic Product can be replaced by other wellbeing indicators to help policymakers to make better choices for a sustainable future.
Join us for this chance to speak out before tax day to say how we want our money spent!
Report uses Genuine Progress Indicator, finds that a more equitable level of income could generate $65 billion in benefits for Maryland
A new IPS report lays out a strategy for fostering Genuine Progress in Maryland.
Transition Howard County will host a forum featuring IPS Fellow Daphne Wysham and economist Dr. John Talberth about a metric for measuring the actual improvement of the welfare (or well-being) of a community.