Leapfrog in Quality of Life

Definition


A 'Leapfrog in Quality of Life' is a significant and continuous improvement in the Quality of Life of a country's citizens in comparison to other countries.

Context

The Reut Institute views the concept Quality of Life as referring to a one's economic security, social wellbeing, the degree of personal and physical security and the added Jewish value.


In order to achieve a Leapfrog in Quality of Life, a country must exhibit a growth acceleration in average income in comparison to previous performance as well as to other countries.

In addition, in order to leapfrog in Quality of Life, a country must translate its wealth into improvements in non-material aspects of Quality of Life like personal, physical, and social wellbeing.​

Tags

Socioeconomic Growth, Regional Development, Leapfrogging, Israel 15, Start-Up Nation

2007-12-01

Concept

Socioeconomic

National Leapfrog

To achieve a Leapfrog in Quality of Life, a country must exhibit a growth acceleration in average income in comparison to previous performance as well as to other countries.

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