Net domestic product

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The net domestic product is gross domestic product "minus depreciation on a country's capital goods".

Roland Spant and Michael Rosenberg are two analysts who argue strongly that the NDP must replace the GDP to avoid rewarding uneconomic growth:

Both argue that unemployment is created by capital overinvestment, as in (Rosenberg's analysis) such worthless items as computers which soon become e-waste, and which have no measurable impact on productivity whatsoever. In addition they have many harmful social and cultural impacts.

See also "constructing a partially Environmentally Adjusted Net Domestic Product":

Predictably, Wikipedia has no article on w:net domestic product, proving their bias in favour of corporate globalization.