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Unformatted text preview: 0429 1. Select any developed country (such as U.S., England, Canada, Germany, etc.), AND select any developing country (such as Angola, Bangladesh, Chad, Nigeria, etc.), then download the resulting tables as Excel spreadsheets. Paste them into your answers. See the sample below for the U.S. and Nigeria. (10 points) 2. Compare the 2010 data for both countries, paying particular attention to a. the items under “E. Memo” near the bottom of each chart, and b. referring to the Economic Issues No 26 report reading, and, c. reading the lecture on Economic Condition in Developing Countries by Professor Abler at http://450.aers.psu.edu/economic_conditions.cfm 1.) Discuss your findings (10 points), and 2.) Your understanding of the factors that cause these two sets of data to be different. (10 points)...
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- Spring '10
- Macroeconomics, International Monetary Fund, economic conditions, Mahmood Hasan Khan, Joey D. Finley