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  • This paper investigates the effects of natural disasters in Vietnam over the period 2002-2010. Using disaster data from the and data on other variables for 64 sub-regions from the General Statistic Office of Vietnam, we examine the impacts of natural disasters on household per capita income, residential investment, and domestic trade.

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  • The relationship between tourism development and economic development has been long determined and measured. This paper primarily aims to measure this relationship in ASEAN countries in the 2001- 2009 period. The result indicates that tourism development has a positive effect on economic development, specifically increasing per capita income.

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  • This study investigates the effects of remittances on attracting foreign direct investment flows to South East Asia. Using a balanced panel data set for seven countries in the 2000-2013 period, we find that remittances have a direct positive impact on attracting FDI. Significantly, the result also shows a negative correlation between remittances and FDI attraction in countries with low per capita income and small market size.

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  • Convergence problem of an economic variable represents an underlying forecast of neoclassical economic growth model. This paper aims to analyze the convergence of provincial per capita GDP stability in Vietnam over the period of 1991-2007.

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  • On broader measures of innovation, New Zealand fi rms have higher rates of marketing and product innovation, but relatively lower rates of process and organisational innovation. New Zealand businesses focus their innovation mainly on production for the domestic market rather than international markets, and innovation for international markets is low relative to fi rms in the EU. The share of medium-high and high-tech products in exports is low, and the sophistication of New Zealand’s exports overall is consistent with its per capita income.

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  • Health care spending has exceeded economic growth in every recent decade. Over the last four decades, the average growth in health spending has exceeded the growth of the economy as a whole by between 1.1 and 3.0 percentage points (Figure 2). Since 1970, health care spending per capita has grown at an average annual rate of 8.2% or 2.4 percentage points faster than nominal GDP. The persistence of this trend suggests systematic differences between health care and other economic sectors where growth rates are typically more in line with the overall economy. A smaller difference is...

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  • Over the past 20 years, with the reform policy called Doi Moi comprehensively applied to the economy, Vietnam has achieved great results in her economic development process. High rate of economic growth with average of 7-8% per annum sustained for almost nearly two decades has contributed to considerable increase in per capita income, from 180 USD in early 1990s to nearly 1,200 USD in 2010. With the considerable increase in per capita income, there was the improvement of the people’s general welfare.

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  • A linear regression analysis shows that an increase of US $1,000 in GNI per capita is associated with a 20 percentage point decline in SFU prevalence. Let us assume that this cross-country relationship holds intertemporally for the 13 countries that account for 80 percent of SFU mortality. In the 11 countries other than China and India in figure 1.1, it would take about 55 years to reduce SFU prevalence to 50-55 percent and 75 years to reduce SFU prevalence to 10 percent, at a per capita income growth of 3 percent per year. In China and...

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  • In line with the importance of establishing or disproving the income-environment relationship in Asia, this paper will conduct a regression analysis of three air pollutants (PM- 10, SO2, and NO2) on per capita income through the Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) equation. The regression will be made for a panel data of seven Asian countries observed for a period of eight years. The contribution of this paper is the creation of a scientific relationship between income and pollution backed by empirical data.

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  •     This article contributes to the general debate on the link between population growth and the environment by analyzing the impact of demographic factors on two air pollutants. At the same time, it also con- tributes to a more focused debate on how population size and other demographic factors should be taken into account in future projections of air pollutant emissions.

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  • The Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development (MP3EI) is the Indonesian government’s current development master plan. Launched in May 2011, this ambitious policy aims to leapfrog Indonesia into the ten biggest economies by 2025, by increasing GDP to US $4.5 trillion as well as by increasing GDP per capita income from a current level of US$ 3000 to US$ 15,000.

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  • In terms of the shape of the EKC, debates and further studies have shown other variations from the inverted-U shape originally proposed: cubic function and L-shaped curves. Torras and Boyce (1998) suggested that instead of a quadratic function, the EKC actually follows a cubic one. This allows for the possibility that a downturn in pollution (at the peak of the inverted U) can be followed by a later upturn, that is, a reversal of the tendency for pollution levels to decline with further increases in per capita income.

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  • The data confirm the expected role of population and income. Early- and middle-adopting DMAs had, on average, five times larger populations and 24% larger per capita incomes than late- adopting DMAs. After controlling for log population and income, however, differences between early and late adopters appearmuch more idiosyncratic. Indeed, in regressions controlling for log pop- ulation and income, F-tests show no statistically significant re- lationship between television adoption category and percent high school educated, median age, or percent nonwhite at the DMA level.

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  • The process of urbanization in India is at a critical point of transition. India has a young and rapidly growing population, a potential demographic dividend that needs to be tapped accordingly. Addressing life in India’s cities is a central pillar of inclusive growth. McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) estimates that cities could generate 70 percent of net new jobs created by 2030, produce more than 70 percent of Indian GDP, and drive a near fourfold increase in per capita incomes across the nation.112 And yet, cities are not just home to the prosperous.

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  • The following will be discussed in this chapter: Economic forces; availability of credit; interest rates; social, cultural, demographic and environmental forces; life expectancy rates; per capita income.

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  • Economic development is a process whereby the real national income of a country increases over a long period of time. If the increase in real national income is greater than the increase in population growth, the real per capita income would increase. Thus the increase in real GNP is a representative of economic development. Now this has always been a matter of interest for the experts that how the GNP of a country would increase or what determines economic development and growth.

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  • This article addresses two important IoT considerations for Ho Chi Minh City’s Smart city initiative: The need for an IoT platform and End-to-end security requirements for the IoT network. To provide context, the article will also provide background on the smart city initiative.

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  • USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) projects that average per capita food consumption for 67 low-income countries will increase in the next decade. ERS also projects that the number of people failing to meet their nutritional requirements will decline from 774 million in 2000 to 694 million in 2010, providing an improved outlook for global food security. But the gains are not uniform across countries and in many food insecurity will probably intensify.

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  • Meeting the challenge of attaining overall development has for a long time been the preoccupation of all nations of the world. Because of the multi-faceted and allencompassing nature of ‘development’, even the most advanced nations of the world today are battling with many ‘developmental’ challenges. Suffice it to agree with the notion that development is a process and not a destination.

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  • Turkey’s per capita GDP is catching up and in purchasing power parity had reached 30% of the EU-27 average in 2006. The distribution of this income is very broad, both across households and across regions. The average household income in the city of Trabzon in the north-east of Turkey was only 30% of the country average (2003) whereas incomes in Ankara and Istanbul were 65% and 85% higher than the average. The specialisation of the big cities on the service sector and the shift to the fringes of these agglomerations by manufacturing industries is set to change migration patterns..

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