MATERIAL WEALTH VS. SOCIAL HEALTH

According to the “In the News” below: IN THE NEWS MATERIAL WEALTH VS. SOCIAL HEALTH National…

According to the In the News below: IN THE NEWS MATERIAL WEALTH VS. SOCIAL HEALTH National income accounts are regularly re
Social health 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 YEAR er capita GDP data (Click to select) the rise in the U.S. well-bein (Click t
According to the “In the News” below: IN THE NEWS MATERIAL WEALTH VS. SOCIAL HEALTH National income accounts are regularly reported and widely quoted. They do not, however, adequately reflect the nation’s social performance. To measure more accurately the country’s social health, a Vassar College team of social scientists devised an Index of Social Health with 16 indicators, including infant mortality, drug abuse, health insurance coverage, and poverty among the aged. According to this index, America’s social health increased only 6 percent from 1990 to 2011, despite a 34 percent increase in real GDP per capita. Source: Data from Institute for Innovation in Social Policy (Vassar College). Real GDP per capita Social health 1990 1995 2000 2010 2015 YEAR the rise in the U.S. well-being since 1990. a. Per capita GDP data (Click to select) b. How do you know? Real per capita GDP growth is the same as the growth in social health. Real per capita GDP growth is much greater than the growth in social health. Real per capita GDP growth is much less than the growth in social health.
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