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1)What are the basic differences between economic development and economic growth?
2)How would you define economic development and economic growth?

Growth means your nation has more stuff.  Development means your nation is able to use that extra stuff to improve average quality of life.

Growth is measured using GDP, GNP, GNI, and other measures of quantity.  Development is measured using HDI, GNH, QLI, and other measures of quality.


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Michael Taillard


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PhD (Financial Economics; honors) -- MBA (International Business Finance; honors) -- Grad School Certificate (International Business Management; honors) -- BS (International Business Economics; honors) -- AA (Business Administration; honors) -- Certificate (Chinese Language and Culture) -- Trade School (Transportation Logistics; honors)

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