Presented by Cliodhna Taylor (Office for National Statistics)
UNFORTUNATELY THIS EVENT HAS HAD TO BE CANCELLED. WE WILL TRY TO RESCHEDULE IN THE COMING MONTHS
ONS have been undertaking a broad range of research to expand the amount of statistics they produce to measure welfare and wellbeing which go “Beyond GDP”. One particular measure under construction is Inclusive Income – a measure of economic flows which would build upon existing national accounting principles. In addition to being a useful measure in its own right, this would also serve as one part of a framework which would also be used to measure Inclusive Wealth/Capital. Here we will present the conceptual underpinnings, potential uses and interpretations, as well as experimental estimates for this new measure of Inclusive Income.
Cliodhna Taylor is presently Head of Research Partnerships at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) overseeing the research and development process feeding into improving economic statistics.
Cliodhna has an Hons degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University. She has previously led the production and research of labour productivity statistics at the ONS and the development of payroll employment statistics at HM Revenue and Customs. Her latest research focuses on the improvement of economic statistics within and beyond the current System of National Accounts.