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Max Roser is an economist at the University of Oxford with a research interest in the long term evolution of living conditions around the world. He has studied multinational companies, knowledge integration and innovation in technology-based firms, and research integrity and misconduct. It was wise advice. No Numbers, No Bubbles. Nature , Rosling developed the breakthrough software behind his visualizations through his nonprofit Gapminder , founded with his son and daughter-in-law. All have accelerated since
This article is an abridged version of a much longer paper which can be found here. Rosling was optimistic that this outlook will spread, because it is a useful navigational tool in a complex world, and a genuine antidote to negativity and hopelessness.
He always used his fame to draw attention to the living conditions of the worst off and to denounce the lack of support they were receiving from the large group of people in the world that is living in unprecedented comfort.
To present global health statistics in short talks to a large audience is not an easy feat. There is an idea that population increase is the problem, but it is a constant, it is impossible to do anything.
Hans Rosling gives a presentation Despite telling the audience that their worldview was wrong and that they were ignorant of some of the most fundamental facts about their world, Rosling was loved and admired by these same audiences.
Guaranteed: You've never seen data presented like this. My criticism concerns three major problems in the book: Its selection of statistics does not do justice to the complex and contradictory trends in global developments. At the same time, birth rates have increased, leading to an expected population explosion. Global trends in health and economics come to vivid life. It needs systematic analysis, thought-through decisions, incremental actions, and careful evaluation. The authors cannot blame their omissions on the lack of data. He's also personally argued with many heads of state, including Fidel Castro. The previous declining trend in the ozone layer—the so-called Antarctic hole—ceased in the s thanks to the internationally binding Montreal Protocol which received a strong support from the US president at the time, Ronald Reagan, but is now being eroded by the current President. Bill Gates promises to hand it out to all US university graduates. Rosling was able to look at these numbers, read the stories, and explain and share his joy and excitement about what they tell us about our world. However, there is no effort to analyze the techno-economic regime at the basis of these trends, and how its global diffusion is predicated on a massive increase in the use of fossil fuel and overall resource consumption. He jokes that chimpanzees choosing at random would generally outperform humans on these. Hans Rosling gives a presentation Despite telling the audience that their worldview was wrong and that they were ignorant of some of the most fundamental facts about their world, Rosling was loved and admired by these same audiences. Similarly, he found that many underestimate global life expectancy widely, and are not aware of the success of delivering healthcare services—for example, vaccines—globally. It would be using our credibility to make a call-to-action.
Neither the experts nor the media were presenting how global development changes the world. Its view on global population growth as unproblematic and impossible to influence is flawed and has potentially serious political implications 1.
One word of caution is that there are some well documented problems with some of the statistics used, especially how we define extreme poverty. We generalise. The free software — which can be loaded with any data — was purchased by Google in March Why you should listen Even the most worldly and well-traveled among us have had their perspectives shifted by Hans Rosling.
He passed away early Tuesday morning, February 7,surrounded by his family in Uppsala, Sweden.
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