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GGS 101 Exercise 2 Question 1 Go to the 10 least livable countries There find the ten least livable countries, showing the lowest HDI in the World. Fill in the blanks in the chart below: Country Name HDI Mozambique 0.393 Guinea 0.392 Burundi 0.389 Burkina Faso 0.388 Eritrea 0.381 Sierra Leone 0.374 Chad 0.372 Central African Republic 0.341 Democratic Republic of the Congo 0.338 Niger 0.337 Question 2 Go to the ten most livable countries There find the ten most livable countries showing the highest HDI in the World. Fill in the blanks in the chart below: Country Name HDI Sweden 0.904 Germany 0.905 Liechtenstein 0.905 Ireland 0.908 Canada 0.908 New Zealand 0.908 United States of America 0.910 Netherlands 0.910 Australia 0.929 Norway 0.943
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Question 3 Do you think the HDI is an objective way to measure the development? Yes or No. Please explain in your own 200 words. -- HDI stands for the Human Developmental Index, lots of things are taken into consideration when determining a country’s Human Developmental Index. Some components of the HDI include standard of living, the education system, the economy, the type of health care in effect for the country, and many
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  • Spring '14
  • JonasD.Webster
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo, Least Developed Countries, Central African Republic, African Union member states

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