Question: aside from the very general points raised by the king...
Aside from the very general points raised by the king of Bhutan in 1972, economists have long struggled with the adequacy of GDP as a measure of well-being for more practical reasons. Specifically, GDP is considered to be somewhat inadequate because
A. politicians control the data collection, computation, and publication process.
B. the price and production data are highly inaccurate.
C. it fails to include most nonmarket goods and services.
D. all of the above.