The main argument presented by Waring is that the National Accounts of countries is gender biased. Waring says that the National Accounts of countries which include some of the most important economic numbers such as GNP, GDP, unemployment rate, Consumer Price Index and others are determined by several surveys and interviews that are taken by the government to support their economic policies and programmes (Waring 57). In such surveys to prepare the national accounts, there are several issues that have been raised. These issues are regarding the productivity and monetary value of work which is carried out. Paid and unpaid work is divided and various types of labor work are considered to be unimportant.