Would this necessarily apply to underdeveloped countries?

1. Why is income per capita Show more I am not good at english but I really need help with these questions. 1. Why is income per capita as a measurement not a good indicator for the level of social health and well being in developed societies but income inequality is? What does this tell us about the nature of human beings and how we design and organize our societies? 2. From the video on inequality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFOEe6M2VT4 Wilkinson says that the average well being of our societies in the developed world are no longer dependent on economic growth meaning? Would this necessarily apply to underdeveloped countries? 3. From the same video on inequality what is the approximate percentage of mental illness in the US relative to our inequality levels? 4. From the same video on inequality how does the US compare in social mobility with other developed countries? 5. From the same video on inequality what does Wilkinson mean when he says that inequality impacts the psychosocial effects? Show less

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