GUANGZHOU, Dec. 3 (Xinhua) -- A think tank report published on Sunday said the Humanomics in the new era upholds the theme of people-centered development.
Humanomics regards putting people in the first place as the top priority throughout the path to Chinese modernization, according to the think tank report by Xinhua News Agency.
It focuses on meeting people's aspirations for a better life, striving for common prosperity for all, promoting human capital development for a great cause, and aiming for a harmonious coexistence between humans and nature.
Humanomics in the new era borrows heavily from the longstanding people-oriented thinking in the fine traditional Chinese culture, which values the idea that "the people are the foundation of a country, and only when the people lead a good life can the country thrive."
Humanomics reflects thoughts and practices at the time for seeking happiness for the people, according to the report.
In order to meet people's aspirations for a better life, humanomics in the new era contributes to formulating economic policies and promoting high-quality development to ensure people's high-quality livelihoods and happiness, it said.
China regards people's happiness and well-being as the ultimate goal of promoting high-quality development, thus is continuously enhancing the Chinese people's sense of fulfillment, happiness, and security.
China's disposable income per capita grew from 16,510 yuan (about 2,322 U.S. dollars) in 2012 to 36,883 yuan in 2022 driven by the country's GDP growth, according to the report.