The need to go beyond GDP to measure people well-being and societal progress is now fully recognised, also at a political level.
The EU FP7 project e-Frame - European Framework for Measuring Progress - aims at fostering the on-going debate on the measurement of well-being and the progress of societies among all relevant stakeholders, developing a European network and supporting National Statistical Institutes' measurement initiatives in this area.
e-Frame will enhance the relevance of well-being measures and analysis for addressing key policy issues and will propose how to develop the future research agenda in this field.
A call for papers to the NTTS (New Techniques and Technologies for Statistics) 2015 is opened. The conference will take place from 10 to 12 March...
On 10-11 February 2014 the e-Frame Final Conference will take place at the Okura Hotel in Amsterdam organised by Statistics Netherlands jointly with Istat. The final...
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Project Acronym: e-Frame
Project Title: European Framework for Measuring Progress
Funding scheme: Coordination and support actions (Coordinating actions)
Project Number: G.A. no. 290520
Duration: 1 January 2012 – 30 June 2014
EU Financial Contribution: EUR 1,495,065.00
Funded by: European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, Theme 8, Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities