For class 10 students, Development is considered as an important chapter in Economics.
This article will highlight the key differences between the Human Development Report and the World Development Report.
But, before proceeding further, I would like to make you familiar with the key terms used in this article.
- Human Development Report: Human Development Report is a report published by UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) which compares countries on the basis of educational levels of the people, per capita income and their health status.
- World Development Report: It is a report published by the world bank, this criterion is used to dividing countries according to their per capita income.
I’ve decided to provide you with the key differences between the Human Development Report and the World Development Report and put them all in the tabular format.
Key Differences Between Human Development Report and the World Development Report
|Human Development Report||World Development Report|
|It is an annual report published by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).||It is an annual report published by the World Bank or International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).|
|It compares countries on the basis of the educational level of the people, per capita income and their health status.||It compares countries by in-depth analysis of a specific aspect of economic development.|
|It includes literacy rate, infant mortality rate etc, to determine the status of development of a particular area or country.||it includes GDP, national income and per capita income.|
|It provides us with the qualitative aspect of development.||It provides us with the quantitative aspect of development.|
So, that’s all.
All the important differences between the Human Development Report and the World Development Report from Chapter 1 Development in the NCERT class 10 are listed above in the table format.
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