Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Earnings-per-Share (EPS), and Yield are measures of value that are foundational to the management of our economy, corporations, and markets. For decades these widely-recognized quantitative measures have been used to plan development, allocate capital, and determine success of both business and political leaders.
In recent years scholars and economists have raised both methodological and definitional questions about these benchmarks. Is our measurement of GDP accurate? Does it properly account for the improving nature of goods, free services offered by Large Cap Tech, data transfer, and unpaid work, especially of women?
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