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SOC101Y SOC101Y Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Professor Robert Brym Professor Robert Brym Lecture #12 Lecture #12 Global Inequality Global Inequality 26 Jan 2011 26 Jan 2011
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Average Annual Income,  Average Annual Income,  by Country, 2008 by Country, 2008
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Area as a Function of Percent of Country’s  Area as a Function of Percent of Country’s  Population Living on Less Than US $2/day, 2003 Population Living on Less Than US $2/day, 2003
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Gross National Income Per Capita  Gross National Income Per Capita  by Child Mortality Rate, 2006 by Child Mortality Rate, 2006
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Life Expectancy and Income, 200  Countries over 200 Years http://projects.chass.utoronto.ca/soc101y/brym/200.avi
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Region GDP per person (US dollars) Gross Domestic Product Per Person, Sub-Saharan  Africa and High-Income Countries Note: Gross Domestic Product is the dollar value of goods and services produced in a country in a year. The 1975 data are in 2005 dollars adjusted for purchasing power while the 2010 data are in 2008 dollars adjusted for  purchasing power. 11.6% shrinkage 130.3% growth
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GDP Growth in 2000 Dollars, GDP Growth in 2000 Dollars, 1969-2008 1969-2008 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 China  India Brazil Canada USA Growth in 00s of % The Chinese economy was 27.2 times bigger in 2008 than in 1969.
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