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. and, of course, it's not that progress did not happen before. in china much earlier there'd been a lot of progress, but it was not sustained, and is so it never created this prolonged inequality that we get today. however, in the world as a whole today these gaps have closed for individuals, but they haven't closed for countries. let me talk a little bit about that in a minute. so so let me give you a quick tour of progress as i see it over the last 50 years. this is what i call the onward and upward curve. so what is along the horizontal axis here is gdp per capita in ppp terms. on the vertical axis is life expectancy, and each blob, each circle is proportional in areas to the population of the country you're looking at. so the giant blobs are china and india and sort of semi-giant blob on the top right is the united states that you can see there. the black blobs are for 2010 with, and the gray blobs are for 1960. so if you can look at this thing, anything in this direction of the arrow is good. more riches, more material well-being and also better health. living for longer. and b
industrial revolution that came with it. it is not that progress had not happened before. in china much earlier there had been a loss of progress but it was not sustained and never created prolonged inequality that we get today. whole, theseas a gaps have closed for individuals that they have not closed for countries. let me give you a quick tour of progress as i see it over the last 50 years. this is an onward and upward curve. on the vertical axis is life expectancy and each circle is proportional in area to the population of the country you're looking at you the giant blobs are time you -- china and india. the one on the top right is the united states. andblack ones are from 2010 the grey ones are from 1960. if you look at this thing, anything in the direction of that arrow is good. that means more riches and material. that arrow summarizes what has happened of the last 50 years. on the bottom left to the top right they have moved along the curb. there are countries in africa of show very little growth. they are still living longer. in 2010 there is no country in and mortality is hig
industrial revolution, and of course, it's not that progress did not happen before, china , earlier they had a lot of progress but it was about the same and it never created this prolonged inequality that we see today. >> however, in the world today, they closed for individuals but not countries. >> so let me give you a quick tour of progress as i see it over the last 50 years. this is what i call the onward and upward her. so what is along the horizontal axis year as you can see per capita in ppt terms, on the vertical access is life expectancy and each block circled there is proportional in areas of the population. so the giant blobs are china and india, sort of semi-giant blob on the top right is the united states. >> and you can see there, the black blobs are camp and the gray blobs are from 1960 so if you look at this thing, anything in the direction of the arrow is good. more riches, more material well-being and also better health and living. and that arrow summarizes what happened for the last 50 years. these countries have moved from the bottom left to top right. they live a
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)