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Life expectancy vs. GDP per capita

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Danny Yoo

on 4 November 2013

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Transcript of Life expectancy vs. GDP per capita

Life expectancy vs. GDP per capita
Trends and patterns
Case Study-Qatar
Tremendous Rise
By Tim Li and Danny Yoo 1-2
State of Qatar
Persian Gulf
Also known as "Katar".
Ranked 2nd out of 15
Overall score above the world and regional averages.
Very small state-11,586 km2: about one third of Vancouver Island's size.
One of the richest countries in the world: $102,700 (2011est).
Life expectancy
GDP per capita
Spearman’s constant:
1797/2660 = 0.676
Since 1920's, Qatar had been a protectorate of Britain.
The discovery of oil deposits in the 1940's has made persian gulf once again the crossroad of the modern world.
Numbers of Companies formed, such as AngloPersian Oil Company and Iraq Petroleum Company (IPC).
The formation of the AngloPersian Company in the 1940's completely changed the economic structure of Qatar.
- Botswana has the second
highest rate of HIV/AIDS adult
prevalence rate (2009 est.)
- total population is still growing because of a higher dependency
ratio caused by HIV/AIDS
So again...
- Botswana gained
independence in 1966
- had a thriving diamond mining
industry; GDP per capita is still increasing
- however...
- fails to correlate with our thesis
Want to be wealthy?
First get healthy.
- the average number of years a newborn child would live if current morality patterns were to stay the same

- the value of all goods and services produced within a country in a year divided by the average population of that same year
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