The Inclusive Wealth Index provides important insights into long-term economic growth and human well-being. The Index measures the wealth of nations through a comprehensive analysis of a country's productive base and the country’s wealth in terms of progress, well-being and long-term sustainability. It measures all assets which human well-being is based upon, in particular, produced, human and natural capital to create and maintain human well-being over time.

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part I|73 pages

What does the data say?

chapter 1|50 pages

Accounting for the inclusive wealth of nations

Key findings of the IWR 2018
ByShunsuke Managi
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chapter 2|21 pages

Inclusive wealth

From theory to practice
ByPushpam Kumar, Rodney B W Smith
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part II|102 pages

Natural capital

chapter 3|37 pages

More on natural wealth of nations and regions

ByShunsuke Managi
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chapter 4|22 pages

Reconciling inclusive wealth and Piketty

Natural capital and wealth in the 21st century
ByEdward B. Barbier
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chapter 5|26 pages

Challenges to ecosystem service valuation for wealth accounting

ByKristine Grimsrud, Henrik Lindhjem, David N. Barton, Ståle Navrud
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part III|50 pages

New insights

chapter 7|15 pages

Human capital

Educational attainment progress
ByBarbara M. Fraumeni, Gang Liu
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chapter 8|17 pages

Operationalizing IWI for policymaking through a learning game

ByBharath M. Palavalli, Srijan Sil, Anantha Kumar Duraiappah
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chapter 9|16 pages

The IWR and policy lessons

ByShunsuke Managi
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