Economic Development

Considering as definition of that the growth of a economy can be mensurado by the increase of some factors as force of work, national prescription saved and onslaught (capital reserve), and technological perfectioning, or of a simpler and quantitative form, for the addition of goods and services produced for a nation and divided by the total of inhabitants. On the other hand economic development has as characteristic more qualitative, therefore it is the form that the income of a nation is distributed between its inhabitants, that is, the way as the produced resources return the society are in form of basic services as health, education, job, or generating the welfare as increase of the income, reduction of the hunger, poverty, amongst other things. This is the great challenge of the capitalism, a time that I eat we can see has an enormous precipice separating growth and development and an enormous inaquality in the income distribution, therefore bigger part of the gotten resources is concentrated with few, if we divided the south world in two parts and north, the first one would be with 80% of the financial resources, being inhabited for only 20% of the total population of the planet while second she would be proportionally inverse, must stand out that in comparison the other times it had a same improvement that little significant in the distribution of income, but in comparison with the growth of the nations still is very little. We conclude that growth is something quantitative, related with the capacity of production of a nation, whereas development is something more qualitative, on to the way as the income is distributed enters the inhabitants generating welfare, however we must stand out that a nation can grow and economically not be developed, but it does not obtain to develop itself without growing evidencing the existing dependence between as and the first one..