100 Ways of Seeing An Unequal World
This innovative book builds on the fact that there is now a large body of statistical information about today's highly unequal world. Bob Sutcliffe looks at current affairs, development, and international relations. For anyone wanting to understand the contemporary world, this book probes complex economic issues using innovative diagrams and charts.
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our unequal world 1
The data the graphs and the text 11
Glossary of frequently used technical terms 13
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African countries African-American age group agriculture amount areas Asian average Bangladesh Brazil burden of disease calorie cent China consumption Cote d'lvoire death debt demographic developing countries diet distribution East Asia Eastern Europe economic estimates female majority figures Global graph shows groups of countries growth Human Development Index immigrants important income per head increase India indicators industrial inequality international inequality Japan labour force Latin America left-hand chart shows less level of income literacy male majority male mortality map shows measure Mexico migration million national income North number of countries Number of women OECD percentage political poor countries poorest poverty production programmes protein purchasing power parity ratio refugees relative remittances rich richer countries richest tenth right-hand chart share social South Africa South Asia South Korea Sub-Saharan Africa undernourishment UNDP unequal United Nations upper chart shows wages workers World Bank world trade
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