Building Proxy Indicators of National Wellbeing with Postal Data


This study investigated for the first time the potential of using the network of international postal flows to approximate socioeconomic indicators typically used to benchmark national wellbeing. The research used aggregated electronic postal records from 187 countries collected by the Universal Postal Union from 2010 to 2014 as a proxy indicator for real-world conditions. 

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