Aus einer anderen Sicht bekommt die Welt ein ganz anderes „Gleichgewicht“.
Zum Beispiel durch die Darstellung der Verteilung der Armut:
Poverty is not just a financial state. Being poor affects life in many ways. The human poverty index uses indicators that capture non-financial elements of poverty, such as life expectancy, adult literacy, water quality, and children that are underweight. The 30 territories of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development use a different index which includes income and long-term unemployment; and not water quality or underweight children. This implies that the poor in richer territories are materially better off.
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