The Equitable and Sustainable Well-being Framework in Italy
An Action Plan for its use in policy and budget decision making
In 2017, Italy became the first country in the OECD to link well-being indicators
to economic and budget programming in government. The achievement was but one milestone
in the country’s development of its Equitable and Sustainable Well-being framework.
The Treasury Department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance, in conjunction with
the National Institute of Statistics, has continued to develop the framework since
then. This Action Plan contributes to that development by proposing ways to progress
the integration of equitable and sustainable well-being indicators into policy development
and budgeting. The Action Plan contributed to a consultation process with government
ministries and stakeholders in 2022 by identifying a range of actions the government
could consider in the near and medium term to achieve that integration outcome.
Available from November 17, 2022
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