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Measuring Developmnt

Year 9 Economic and social measures of the development of a country

TermDefinition
birth rate The number of births per year per 1000 people
infant mortality The number of children per year out of every 1000 born alive that die before they reach the age of one
life expectancy the average period that a person may expect to live
deathrate The number of deaths per year per 1000 people
Energy per person The amount of energy which each person in the country uses per year
Food Intake Number of kilocalories each person in the country takes in each day
GDP (Gross Domestic Product) market value of all goods and services produced inside a country during a period of time (usually a year)
GDP per capita The wealth shared out equally among all the people of a country
literacy rate Number of adults who can read and write in every 100 people
people per doctor Number of patients divided by number of doctors
GNP (Gross National Product) The value of goods and services produced by citizens or corporations of a country (including those overseas)
HDI (Human Development Index) Measures GNI (economic), Life expectancy, & Mean years of schooling
GNI (Gross National Income) The total domestic and foreign output claimed by residents of a country.
per capita per person
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