Traditionally the well-being of a country has been measured by an economic indicator known as Gross Domestic Product. Many have pointed out their weaknesses and have tried to improve it.
Our model Circular Capitalism is complemented by a set of indicators of the well-being of the country and the companies that we call the Indicators of the Economy of Mutual Well-being, EMW, and are based on the indicators developed by Christian Felber and his movement the Economy of Common Good EBC.
We share about 90% of the indicators of the EBC, and 10% are adjustments that we do to meet the Purpose of the New Society and Definitions, Citizen Stewardship and Fascism and Reviewing: Freedom, Equality, Fraternity.
Another point in which we differentiate ourselves is that in the EMW the indicators are organized into three types:
- Human and,
They are presented to citizens by labels on products, specifically three color bars, one bar for each type of indicator.
EBM indicators are also presented in the end-of-year balance sheets of companies and countries, based on the three types of indicators mentioned above: economic, human and ecological indicators. Audited publicly.