Thursday, March 28, 2013

North and South Korea - a perfect control group situation

North Korea and South Korea GDP. No further commentary necessary.

1 comment:

ManofSteel said...

Yet the governmental central planning was in effect before the North Korean stagnation, yet the break in GDP is not seen until the 70s. It certainly can't be a series of famines or the defaulting of the North Korean loan can it?

This also fails as a "perfect control group" considering North Korea is considered the ONLY industrial nation that has lost the ability to feed its self.

The growth of GDP of the Soviet Union and the United States is much closer, and disproves this moronic hypothesis.