C. Case Study or anecdote EITHER interview a patient, care taker, etc. or tell or research a personal account of a patient to bring the reality of this illness and microbe to life. You may include the importance of this disease on a societal level if you don’t choose and individual account.
D. Recent medical advance in understanding the microbe, or the disease.
Economic development refers to social and technological progress. It shows change in the way goods and services are produced but on the other hand economic growth only indicates an increase in significant output, it may or may not involve development. Local and provincial governments in China were allowed to establish andoperate various enterprises on market principles, without interference from the central government. In addition, foreign direct investment (FDI) in China brought with it new technology and processes that boosted efficiency.Economic development involves improvements in a variety of indicators such as literacy rates, life expectancy, and poverty rates but econommic growth does not take into account other aspects such as leisure time, environmental quality, freedom, or social justice.A country’s economic development is linked to its human development, which is surrounded among other things such as health and education. According to the World Bank, for a better economic development, India needs to give due priorities in various issues like infrastructure, public sector reform, agricultural and rural development, reforms in underdeveloped states, removal of labor regulations and HIV/AIDS. Amartya Sen, a nobel memorial prize winner in economic sciences, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amartya_Sen, defined economic development in terms of personal freedom, freedom to choose from a variety of options. Economic growth may lead to an increase in the purchasing power of people but if the economy is repressed then there is lack ot choice and thus personal freedom is restricted. This clearly implies that growth has taken place without any development. Taking another example into consideration, increase in defence output of a nation accounts for an increased GDP but does not contribute to economic development. When we measure economic growth we are limited to increases in national income or per capita but when we measure economic development factors such as GDP, per capita income, poverty, life expectancy, infant mortality, etc is all taken into consideration. While economic growth may lead to improvements in the standard of living of a relatively small proprotion of population whilst the majority of the population re>GET ANSWER