SS1: New dimensions in wellbeing Conveners: Aleid Brouwer, Calvin Jones, Richard Rijnks Now that the literature on regional economic performance has moved comfortably beyond GDP with the inclusion of wellbeing metrics, this session asks the question if we should be more inclusive in the way we measure wellbeing. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the influential report by the Stiglitz commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress. The report sparked the inclusion of a broader set of metrics to answer the basic question: How's Life in your region? More recently, broad (or wider) prosperity and the Welsh "Future Generations Act" have pushed the boat out even further on what should be included in the measurement of regional progress. Is it sufficient to improve a region for the current residents, or should the future (potential) population get a say as well? Or to what extent can we say a region is performing well when that performance comes at a cost somewhere else? This session invites paper submissions on developments in wellbeing, inequality, poverty, and intergenerationality.