Alcohol Consumption and Personal Welfare

Alcohol Consumption and Personal Welfare

The analysis of alcohol consumption and personal welfare (GDP and GNI per capita and labor productivity) statistics shows that there is no just negative correlation between these two indicators. As it can be seen from the graphs below, interdependence between expenditures on alcoholic bevarages and personal welfare indicators can be well descripted with normal function. So, very little as well as very big amounts of alcohol consumed is bad for personal welfare, while moderate alcohol consumption contributes in favor of personal welfare.

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Posted Oct 1, 2013
 
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Tags alcohol consumption, GDP, GNI, Labor, welfare
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