By Tatyana P. Soubbotina
How will we examine the degrees of improvement attained by means of diverse international locations? And what does it take to make improvement sustainable?
This e-book bargains no basic solutions to those complicated questions. as an alternative, the authors motivate readers to hunt their very own recommendations by way of examining and synthesizing info on various serious improvement concerns together with inhabitants development, financial development, fairness, poverty, schooling, future health, industrialization, urbanization, privatization, exchange, weather switch, and extra.
The booklet, which attracts on info released by way of the realm financial institution, is addressed to academics, scholars, and all these drawn to exploring problems with international improvement.
This name is a e-book of the area financial institution Institute -- selling wisdom and studying for a greater international.
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Vice sectors relative to agriculture. Judging by this indicator, cities in developing countries are already more economically important than rural, primarily agricultural areas, because more than half of the developing world’s GDP originates in cities. 2). Most Latin American countries are as urbanized as Europe, with 74 percent of the population living in urban areas. But South Asia, East Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa remain predominantly rural, though they are urbanizing rapidly. 2 Most of the world’s most populous cities are in developing countries.
Check Data Table 2 for the indicator of child labor incidence—that is, the percentage of children ages 10–14 who work. Note that this indicator is highest in SubSaharan Africa too. 2 Adult illiteracy, 1995 38% South Asia 64% Sub-Saharan Africa 34% Middle East and North Africa 28% 53% 50% Latin America and the Caribbean 12% 15% 9% East Asia and the Pacific 24% 0 20 40 60 80 100 Percentage of adult population (age 15 or older) Male Female tries. According to available data, almost one-third of children 10–14 are in the labor force in low-income countries (excluding China and India), while in many Sub-Saharan countries this proportion is one-half.
Industrialization Postindustrialization As people’s incomes increase, their demand for food—the main product of agriculture—reaches its natural limit, and they begin to demand relatively more industrial goods. 2 As incomes continue to rise, people’s needs become less “material” and they begin to demand more services—in health, education, entertainment, and The changing structure of employment during economic development Percentage of employment 100 Agriculture Services 50 Industry 0 High Low Per capita income over time 51 BEYOND ECONOMIC GROWTH How can growth of the service sector help make development more sustainable?