The Process of Economic Development

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1.1 Extent of world poverty and the poverty gap 5
1.2 Average income per capita and growth rates of per capita income 9
1.3 World income, world population and their distribution, 2001 14
2.1 GDP and GNP comparisons, selected nations, 1999 33
2.2 Income (or consumption) distribution, selected economies 36
2.3 The PPP measure of GNP per capita 45
2.4 HDI and GDI, selected countries, 1999 49
3.1 Peasant versus commercial export agriculture in India, 1891-1941 (annual average growth) 81
3.2 Selected colonial systems in 1914 88
4.1 Number of hours required to produce one unit of cloth and one unit of wine in England and Portugal 114
8.1 Comparative growth rates 225
8.2 Saving and investment by region (as a percentage of GDP) 226
8.3 Estimates of input contributions to per capita economic growth 234
8.4 Estimates of technical efficiency change, 1960-1989 241
9.1 Industrialization and economic growth (percentage annual growth) 249
9.2 Labor force distribution, by sector 251
10.1 Composition of imports (as percentage of total imports) 282
10.2 Export structure 287
11.1 Declining growth rate in agricultural output 311
11.2 Changes in per capita food production 318
11.3 Degree of export dependency, 1985 318
11.4 Land tenure relations 328
11.5 Peasant production conditions versus cash-crop farming 331
12.1 Actual population growth rates, by region and selected countries 353
12.2 CBRs, CDRs, and the natural rate of population growth 354
12.3 Fertility rates, income and women's education 358
12.4 Infant and child mortality rates 360
12.5 Education and human capital accumulation 364
12.6 Dependency ratios, population age profile, and public expenditure on education 370
13.1 Scientists and engineers 381
13.2 Technological capability and development capacity 383
13.3 TFP estimates, 1960-1987 (percentages) 384
13.4 State policy, growth, and TFP 394

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