Posts Tagged ‘GDP’

States and nations infographic – Matching Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and Population size

Monday, February 14th, 2011

One of the most commented blog articles on The Economist is an dynamic infographic that maps state economies part of the US to their equivalents from around the world in terms of $ GDP and # Population size.

While “The Economist proves itself to be imaginative and interesting in its way of illustrating how our world works” as one of the article commentators is acknowledging, what proves to be really interesting from a performance measurement perspective, is the  interest expressed  by the article viewers to visualize  a comparison between America’s States and rest of the world in term of other performance indicators. As it results from a quick analysis of the opinions expressed in the comments section, the most popular  suggestion is  $ GDP per capita.

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Assesing The European Union (EU) Economic and Financial Healthness – Infographic

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

A recently published infographic by The Economist outlines an interesting assessment of the current status of the European Union economic and financial health. The analysis is made in the context of the severe negative effects of the global financial crises faced by several EU countries among which: Greece, Ireland Portugal and Spain. (more…)

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