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Economic Factors

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Economic Factors
Things that influence the economy of a country.
Per Capita

The amount of something produced by each citizen.
Example = $1,000 GDP per capita means that
a citizen produces a value of $1,000 a year in goods and services in that country.
Calculates the
total value of all goods and services of a country produced within the borders of that country during a year.
Usually recorded in billions and trillions of dollars ($).

Per Capita GDP Intervals:

$2,995 or less = Low Wealth (Poverty)
$2,996 - $9,265 = Middle Wealth (Moderate)
$9,266 or more = High Wealth (Wealthy)

GDP (Gross Domestic Product)
Calculates the
total value of all goods and services of a country produced within the borders of that country and around the world during a year.
Usually recorded in billions and trillions of dollars ($).

Per Capita GNP Intervals:

$2,995 or less = Low Wealth (Poverty)
$2,996 - $9,265 = Middle Wealth (Moderate)
$9,266 or more = High Wealth (Wealthy)


GNP (Gross National Product)
Calculates the
development of a country on a scale of 0 to 1.
It
combines human factors
(life expectancy and literacy
) and economic factors
(wealth of a country)
into 1 number.
The
closer the number is to 1,
the
country
is
more developed.

HDI Indicator Examples:

Country A (HDI) = 0.125 (Developing)
Country B (HDI) = 0.893 (Developed)
HDI (Human Development Index)
Unemployment Rate
Calculates the
percentage of citizens
in a country
that are over the age of 16 that do not have a job.
Calculated monthly and yearly.

Unemployment Rate Intervals:

0% - 4.9% = Low Unemployment
5% - 9.9% = Moderate Unemployment
10% or more = High Unemployment
Life Expectancy
Calculates
how long the citizens in a country are expected to live
.
It determines the
standard of living in a country.
The citizens access to healthcare, access to education, and other citizen services.
It gives the life expectancy for males and females of a country.
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