This section provides an overview on most common used indicators:

How do you compare two countries?

This section provides an overview on most common used indicators:

  1. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  2. Gross Domestic Product Per Capita (GDP Per Capita)
  3. Gross Domestic Product Per Capital On Purchasing Power Parity (GDP Per Capita On PPP)
  4. Income Inequality Using GINI Coefficient.
  5. Foreign Exchange Reserves.
  6. Foreign Exchange Debt.

How do you compare states and other countries?

We can compare country or states on various subjects but the important subjects on which tey are compared are:

  1. Per Capital Income.
  2. Literacy Rate.
  3. Infant Mortality Rate.
  4. Net Attandance Ratio.
  5. Population.
  6. Cleanliness ( as in Swacch Sarvekhan Programme)
  7. Poverty Line.
  8. Pollution Level.

What is the most important component of comparing different countries?

Answer: per capita income is the most important components for comparing different countries.

How do you compare countries?

  1. To determine whether the country is developed or underdeveloped, one needs to consider the characteristics of a country.
  2. Consider income as one of the important attributes to compare countries.
  3. If a country has a higher income level than other countries, then it is said to be a well-developed country.

What is the importance of comparing the countries?

The second reason why international comparison is so important is that it can help governments pinpoint specific areas where the health system is not performing as well as it could, identify countries that appear to be performing better, and prompt a search for ways to improve.

What is the most important attribute for comparing countries?

For comparing the developmental level of different countries, their income is considered to be one of the most important attributes. The countries with higher income are more developed than others with less income. For comparison between countries, we consider the per capita income of each country.

What is a comparison problem in math?

COMPARISON problems are the type of problems looked at this week, which involve figuring our similarities or differences between sets. Difference Unknown: One type of compare problem involves finding out how many more are in one set than another.

How can we compare two economies?


  1. Since GDP is measured in a country’s currency, in order to compare different countries’ GDPs, we need to convert them to a common currency.
  2. One way to compare different countries’ GDPs is with an exchange rate, the price of one country’s currency in terms of another.
  3. GDP per capita is GDP divided by population.