Gross domestic product is perhaps the most influential number in politics and economics. Governments rise and fall by it. It is a measure of economic activity, and used to assess the economic welfare of society. We measure government debt, deficits, spending, and taxes as a proportion of GDP. But what exactly is it? Who constructs it? And how reliable is it as a measure of the economy?
I love measuring things. I particularly like calculating...
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