chapter 9 questions - 14 In what countries does the private...

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1. Value of the totally output of goods and services produced in a country, normally during a year 2. What is GDP divded by? 3. What is the US’s GDP? 4. What does per capita GDP measure? 5. How is the quality of education measured? 6. What is the percentage of a country’s people who can read and write? 7. What is the process that is continuous, involving never-ending actions to constantly improve the health and prosperity of the people? 8. What three factors distinguishes a country’s level of development? 9. What was created by the UN to classify a country based on its level of development? 10. How is the HDI created? 11. What are the rates of HDI and what do they mean? 12. In what kind of countries receive more calories and proteins daily then they need? And the kind of countries that receive less than the UN recommended values? 13. In what countries does the government pay most of the health care costs?
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Unformatted text preview: 14. In what countries does the private citizen have to pay more than half the cost? 15. 3 examples of MDCs 16. 3 examples of LDCs 17. In-between 18. extractive sector, workers and environment come into direct contact-mining, fishing, agriculture 19. Manufacturing sector, raw materials transformed into finished industrial products-steelwork, manufacturing, industries 20. Today’s dominant sector-collection, processing and manipulation of information, selling services to population-banking, insurance, consultancy, stores 21. intellectual services-research, development, education, hi-tech industries 22. managerial activity associated with decision making in large organizations-CEO’s, gov’t officials, principals, deans, presidents...
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