LEC12(07)globalinequality - SOC101Y Introduction to...

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SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Professor Robert Brym Professor Robert Brym Lectures #12 Lectures #12 Global Inequality Global Inequality 16 Jan 08 16 Jan 08
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Average Annual Income,  Average Annual Income,  by Country, 2003 by Country, 2003    Less than US $430    US $430 - 1,110    US $1,110 - 2,350    US $2,350 - 7,490    US $7,490 or more    No data
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World Map  World Map  (with area a function of percent of each country’s  (with area a function of percent of each country’s  population living on less than US $2/day, 2003) population living on less than US $2/day, 2003)
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0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Sub-Saharan Africa South Asia Arab States Fromer Soviet Union High-income countries 1975 2005 Region GDP per person (US dollars) Gross Domestic Product Per Person, World  Gross Domestic Product Per Person, World  Regions, 1975-2005 (in 2005 US dollars) Regions, 1975-2005 (in 2005 US dollars) -0.5% 2.6% 6.1% 0.7% 0.7% 1.4% 2.0% The average annual growth rate for each region is shown at the top of each set of columns. GDP per person is calculated in terms of 2005 purchasing power. Absolute decline in Sub-Saharan Africa;
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