GNIPCGross National Income per Capita
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Nigeria with a higher GNIpc of $1140 has a higher U5MR of 143 per 1000 live-births ranked 12th highest in the world compared with Ghana with a much lower GNIpc of $700 and yet a lower U5MR of 74 per 1000 live-births ranked 43rd depicting qualitatively, for Nigeria and Ghana comparatively, +ve PG and -ve PG respectively.
A country with a large GDP may have a small resultant GNIpc because of a huge population and both have implications for Performance/ Performance Gap re: Sustainable Development.
Table 10 displays the computed e-PGI for the 10 selected countries and situated comparatively with their HDI, GNIpc and Development Ranking using the three different Tools.
(14) Analyses showed that absolute growth in research output between 1996 and 2002 was 25% in what would then have been non-Research4Life countries (i.e., countries that would have been ineligible to register given their GNIpc at that time), 22% in countries that would have been eligible for free access, and 30% in those that would have been eligible for low-price access.
The country scores for Hofstede's power distance and individualism, the country means for the SDLRS, and World Bank figures for GNIPC can be found in Table 1.
Hofstede's country scores on power distance (PD) and individualism (IN) and World Bank GNIPC data were examined in relation to the country means for the SDLRS data.
GNIPC and SDLRS country mean scores had a very strong positive correlation (r = .96, p < .01), with an r2 of .92 (two-tailed).
The multiple regression was run to determine the joint ability of power distance, individualism, and GNIPC to predict the SDLRS country mean.
Because of the previous findings of relationships between SDLRS scores and performance on the job, the strong correlations between SDLRS scores and GNIPC are not surprising.
In Norway, life expectancy is 81.5 years, adults have 12.6 years of school, children can expect 17.6 years of school, and GNIpc is $63,909 (purchasing power parity, i.e., the value of a dollar in the United States, in 2011).
In the world as a whole, HDI is 0.702; life expectancy is 70.8 years, adults have 7.7 years of school, children can expect 12.2 years of school, and GNIpc is $13,723.
The Philippines' GNIpc of $6,381 puts it below Singapore (72,371), Brunei (70,883), Malaysia (21,824), Thailand (13,364), Timor Leste (9,674), and Indonesia (8,970), and above only Vietnam (4,892), Lao PDR (4,341) Myanmar (3,998) and Cambodia (2,805), Very slow progress of Philippine HDI.