Is It OK to Include Drugs, Prostitution in GDP?
New methods of measuring economies sometimes raise eyebrows. Even more so when they involve prostitutes and mounds of cocaine. WSJ’s Josh Zumbrun explains unusual methods some countries are taking to measure GDP. Photo: Getty Images.
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