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Categories: Economy, National Accounts, National Income, Expenditure and Output, Personal Finances, Personal Income and Wealth, Prices, Output and Productivity, Price Indices and Inflation, People and Places, Communities, Societal Wellbeing, Housing and Households, Households, Household Income and Expenditure
Frequency of release: Ad-hoc
Geographical coverage: International
Geographical breakdown: Country
Survey name(s): Retail Prices Index Survey, Opinions and Lifestyle Survey, Labour Force Survey, International Passenger Survey (IPS), Integrated Household Survey, Family Resources Survey, English Housing Survey, Census, General Lifestyle Survey
Information on the selected domains and indicators that measure National Well-being. Articles draw together social and economic data from a wide range of government departments and other organisations; they paint a broad picture of UK society today, and how it has been changing.
This article focuses on one aspect of well-being, the economy, describes how economic well-being has evolved over the last decade and highlights the period beginning with the 2008 recession.