Sunday, 17 – 1 – 2016
The UN uses around 50 different indicators to monitor progress towards its millennium development goals. Too many to list here but below are just a few of the most commonly used indicators of development and living standards in different regions and countries in The world.
“The United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization to promote international co-operation” (Wikipedia)
GDP per capita
Gross Domestic product (GDP) per capita, or avarage income per person, is the most commonly used comparative measure of Development
Population on less than $1 per day
A better measure of the level ofproverty in a country is the proportion of people living on very low incomes, usually $1 or $2 per day
- Anonim. (2014). United Nations. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Nations (Diakses tanggal 17 January 2016)
- Moynihan. D & Brian Titey. (2015). Economics, A Complete Course for IGCSE and O Level: University of Cambridge International Examination.
Dan Moynihan & Brian Titey. (2015). Economics; A Complete Course for IGCSE and O Level. 2015. hlm 363