write any 5 limitations percapita income related to economic development?

  • It does not indicate the disparities in the distribution of income. E.g. the wide gap between the incomes of extremely rich and very poor people.
  • It does not indicate long-term sustainability as non-renewable resources are liable to be exhausted.
  • The method of calculating per capita income also varies among countries. This, it is not highly reliable for comparisons.

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1) It dosn't give us any idea about distribution of income.

2) It hide many facts and demerits

3)It get influenced by large numbers

4)It neglects other development measures

5)It is influenced by population.

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  1. it enables to show  how income is distributed among the people of country.
  2. cost of pollution is not considered in this average.
  3. some other important aspects like infant mortality rate,literacy rate .netattendance ratio etc are not considered while calculating per capita income.
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1. It does not include infant mortality rate

2. it does not include birth rate.

3. It does not include death rate.

4. The data represented by per capita income is only theoretically possible and not practically.

5. It does not play a major part in classification of a nation.

6. It is influenced by population.

7. It does not give us any idea about distribution of income.

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Per capita income does not reflect the standard of living of the people. Per capita income is an average and this average may not represent the standard of living of the people, if the increased national income goes to the few rich instead of giving to the many poor. Thus unless national income is evenly distributed, per capita income cannot serve as a satisfactory indicator of development.
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If per capita income is the measurement, the population problem may be cancealed, since population has already been divided out. The field of enquiry is then unduly narrowed. As Kuznets warns, the choice of per capita, per unit or any similar measure to gauge the rate of economic development carries with it the danger of neglecting the denominator of the ratio. 3. An increase in per capita income may not raise the real standard of living of people. It is possible that while per capita real income is increasing per capita consumption of goods and services might be falling. This happens when the Govt. might itself be using up the increased income for massive military build up necessitating heavy production of arms and ammunitions.
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Although an increase in output per head is in itself a significant achievement, yet we cannot equate this with an increase in economic welfare. Let alone social welfare without additional considerations. Since development is multidimensional education, health, work-leisure ratio etc. are important considerations which do not get reflected in per capita income.
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  • it does not show  how income is distributed within the country
  • it is not proper critera for comparing countries 
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#1.It doesn't show the distribution of money between rich and poor. #2.It doesn't give information about qualitative factors. #3.It doesn't show the level of health and educational status of the population of the country.
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1.per capita income is the average income of the country. 2.per capita income criteria ignore education,health,life expectancy ,etc 3.it doesn't birth rate. 4.it doesn't death rate.
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1. The per capita income hides disparities . 2.it doesn't not tell us about the actual income earned by the people 3.it puts both rich and the poor under one slab which shows the rich poor and the poor as rich 4.it does not ensure better standar of living 5. Does not include other important indicators
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>irrigation facilities >Construction of check dams,canals and digging of wells >Transport facilities >Agro based industries >Educational institutions >Promoting rural crafts
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(2) discharge of toxic industrial wastes into river.<br>
(3) &nbsp;excessive use of &nbsp;fertilizers&nbsp;and pesticides in agriculture.<br>
(4) acid rain.<br>
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  • -3
1. It does not include infant mortality rate 2. it does not include birth rate. 3. It does not include death rate. 4. The data represented by per capita income is only theoretically possible and not practically. 5. It does not play a major part in classification of a nation. 6. It is influenced by population. 7. It does not give us any idea about distribution of income.

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) It dosn't give us any idea about distribution of income. It hide many facts and demerits.It get influenced by large numbers. It neglects other development measures.It is influenced by population.
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1.It does not tell us how the income is distributed among people. 2.It does not include many facts. 3.it depends on population.
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