lunes, 14 de octubre de 2013

17 imágenes de la globlalización

The Global Economy In 17 Beautiful Maps
WALTER HICKEY



El ecosistema de la economía mundial es una máquina compleja con miles de piezas móviles.

Por suerte, encontramos Countrylicious, un proyecto excepcional por el ingeniero de software rumano Daniel Chirita.

El sitio cuenta con grandes cantidades de datos recogidos de fuentes abiertas en torno a la economía de nuestro planeta, y Chirita fue lo suficientemente amable para hacernos publicamos algunos. En el caso de que los datos no fueron ya realizadas en un mapa con sombra, tomamos su información mad hizo uno.

Echa un vistazo a lo que hace que la garrapata economía global.


Countrylicious

But when you divide GDP by population, y ou can see individual national productivity come forward, who is punching above their weight.


Countrylicious

Take a look at the explosive growth in emerging markets. Post-Gaddafi Libya is just exploding.


Countrylicious

Also worth taking a look at is the industrial production growth rate. Tiny Qatar is the winner here.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Inflation Hawks, take note. The U.S. is doing pretty good here.


Countrylicious

This map shows world unemployment. Even leaving a recession the U.S. is looking pretty.


Countrylicious

Youth Unemployment is a major international issue that is only starting to be addressed.


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The percent the state taxes across the globe varies wildly by nation.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Here's who is selling to the world.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

And here's who's buying.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

The international energy market is another fascinating story.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Here's who is selling.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Here's who is buying.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Another awesome look at the global economy is the mobile penetration in each nation.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Even moreso is the Internet penetration. There's a whole world out there without the web.


Walter Hickey/ BI, data via Countrylicious

Here's how much each nation is investing in their children.


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And, in a map that is by and large the converse of the previous map, the ones buying a military.

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