CUKT response to Scottish Parliament Finance Committee Call for Evidence on Scrutiny of the Draft Budget 2014-15
Author: Jennifer Wallace
This response is to the Scottish Parliament Finance Committee Call for Evidence on Scrutiny of the Draft Budget 2014-15.
The response explans that the Trust has been working with stakeholders in Scotland, the UK and internationally on wellbeing measurement for a number of years. Inspired by the Stiglitz-Sen-Fitoussi report on Measuring Economic Performance and Social Progress, we convened a roundtable (in collaboration with the Sustainable Development Commission for Scotland) which reported in 2011 and have carried out international research on
putting wellbeing measures into policy practices.
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