A name given to nations that are generally considered to be underdeveloped economically
The “weighted combination” of literacy rate and the level of enrollment in schools.
It is the total market value of all goods and services produced within a given country in a given period of time (usually a calendar year).
This type of graph shows (1) a relationship through time, (2) a causal relationship (x causes y) and (3) a fitted line about the x-y relationship
This graph shows the percentage values of the data placed one on top of the other.
This graph plots the causal relationship between x and y BUT it does not include a fitted line
The characteristics of the population such as age, income, ethnicity, etc.
Instead of a Poverty Rate, Canada uses this to describe families devoting a large share of their income to the necessities of food, shelter and clothing
The number of deaths of children less than one year of age, per 1000 live births.
It is a graphical illustration that shows the distribution of various age groups in a population.
The type of growth shown in a Population Pyramid with a broad base, a rapid rate of population growth and a low proportion of older people.
The average number of babies born to women during their reproductive years.
A product or service that is brought into a country from another country.
A policy reflecting the belief that domestic manufacturers and workers need to be shielded from foreign competition by placing trade barriers on foreign goods
The absence of barriers to the flow of goods and services between countries.
The world trend toward the freer flow of trade and investment across borders resulting in the integration of the international economy.