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Sheet1 Page 1 NAME: The Statistics of Poverty and Inequality TYPE: Sample SIZE: 97 observations, 8 variables DESCRIPTIVE ABSTRACT: For 97 countries in the world, data are given for birth rates, death rates, infant death rates, life expectancies for males and females, and Gross National Product. SOURCES: Day, A. (ed.) (1992), _The Annual Register 1992_, 234, London: Longmans. _U.N.E.S.C.O. 1990 Demographic Year Book_ (1990), New York: United Nations. VARIABLE DESCRIPTIONS: Columns 1 - 6 Live birth rate per 1,000 of population 7 - 14 Death rate per 1,000 of population 15 - 22 Infant deaths per 1,000 of population under 1 year old 23 - 30 Life expectancy at birth for males 31 - 38 Life expectancy at birth for females 39 - 46 Gross National Product per capita in U.S. dollars 47 - 52 Country Group 1 = Eastern Europe 2 = South America and Mexico 3 = Western Europe, North America, Japan, Australia, New Zealand 4 = Middle East 5 = Asia 6 = Africa 53 - 74 Country Values are aligned and delimited by blanks.
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