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GCSE Geography

Topic 2: Development Dynamics

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Total value of goods & services, country produces in a year
GDP per capita GDP divided by population of a country
Gross National Income (GNI) per capita Total value of goods, services produced by a country in a year, including from overseas, divided by population of country
Birth Rate Number of babies born per 1000 in a year
Death Rate Number of deaths per 1000 per year
Fertility Rate Average number of births per women
Infant Mortality Rate Number of babies who die U-1 per 1000 babies born
Maternal mortality rate Number of women who die die due to pregnancy per 1000
Doctors per 1000 Number of doctors per 1000 of population
Gini Coefficient Measure of economic inequality, countries given score from 0 (equal) to 1 ( inequality)
Gender Inequality Index Calculated using women's education, jobs, political rights, and health during pregnancy, higher score means more inequality
Human Development Index (HDI) Calculated by life expectancy, education level and income per head. 1= Most Developed 0= least developed
Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) Measure of level of corruption scale of 1-100, lower the score the more corrupt a country is
Created by: Shahed-02



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