Are there any other ways to measure quality of life other than the aforementioned ones? Im asking because HDI and GDP per capita are both biased due to either using liberal sources or obfuscating info

  • 🏳️‍⚧️ 新星 [she/they]
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    3 days ago

    Instead of using over the top liberal bias, let’s add an over the top communist bias.

    Every country starts out at 0.

    +1 for every successful communist revolution aided

    -1 for every successful counterrevolution aided

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    Life Expectancy, working hours, access to consumer necessities and luxuries, literacy rates, access to healthcare, quality of healthcare, access to education, education quality, working hours, vacation days, sick leave, birth rates, housing rates, job security, crime rates, etc

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      Great answer. Someone should make an equation / chart that normalizes some of these. Life expectancy, working hours, literacy, and crime rates would probably be enough.