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  • Ray K. Alan

    The economic history of the world going back to Year 1 showing the major powers' share of world GDP, from a research letter written by Michael Cembalest, an analyst at JP Morgan. one way to read the graph, very broadly speaking, is that everything to the left of 1800 is an approximation of population distribution around the world and everything to the right of 1800 is a demonstration of productivity divergences around the world. More here... http://bit.ly/M8rIWc

  • Steven Caton

    The Economic History of the last 2000 years in 1 little graph. The World's Major powers and their share of the world GDP

  • Barbara Adams

    #The Economic History of the Last 2,000 Years in 1 Little Graph by Angus Maddison from theatlantic: 'Wait, India was by far the biggest economy at the dawn of AD? Yup, India.' #World_Economy #History #Infographic #Angus_Maddison #theatlantic

  • SerCompetitivosCom

    Más de 2000 años de historia económica en un sólo gráfico

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