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Uneven Global Development

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posted on 2024-02-08, 14:59 authored by Paul GilbertPaul Gilbert

In this course, Dr Paul Gilbert (University of Sussex) introduces to us uneven global development. To begin, we: (i) introduce different classifications of global development, including the Global North and Global South and low-, middle-, and high-income countries; and (ii) talk about gross domestic product (GDP) and gross national income (GNI), as well as the importance of measuring these ‘per capita’; (iii) learn about the Human Development Index (HDI); and then (iv) thinking about the drivers of uneven global development around the world; before (v) looking at consequences of international global policy on Global South countries like Jamaica; and (vi) Sri Lanka, before finally understanding how global economic powers are shifting to the BRICS countries.

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