Contrasts in development
Countries exhibit different levels of development. The factors which affect development may be economic, social, cultural or technical.
Studying development is about measuring how developed one country is compared to other countries, or to the same country in the past. Development measures how economically, socially, culturally or technologically advanced a country is. The two most important ways of measuring development are economic development and human development.
For each of the images below, identify whether it is an economic or human development indicator.
An operating theatre
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