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Atlas of Global Inequality

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The UC Atlas of Global Inequality has a treasure-trove of data and maps of various measures of country well-being, including health, income, and trade. Some of the themes are shown as a time series so as you move over the dates, the maps change. The maps of direct foreign investment, for example, seem to indicate an increase in globalization and integration. The site is replete with data, charts, and discussions on the various indicators.

By way of the Pedantic Pundit.

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