El Banco Mundial analiza la riqueza de los países, tomando en cuenta no solo el PIB, sino también el capital humano y el natural.
The World Bank has released the third volume of its report on wealth accounting, called "The Changing Wealth of Nations 2018."
It could be argued that we are misusing the term “Capital” within Natural and Social Capital.
GDP and Wealth are complementary indicators that provide a fuller picture of economic well-being. A country’s comprehensive wealth includes all produced capital such as factories and roads; natural capital like forests and water; human capital, which leads to earnings; and net foreign assets. Only by having a clear understanding of our world’s wealth—including all forms of capital—can we plan for a more sustainable future. The World Bank is working with countries to go beyond GDP and build a more accurate picture of their wealth.
GDP is a bad gauge of material well-being, time for a fresh approach that accounts for parks and intangible capital, as well as the depletion of capital and damage to the environment.