Consequences of Rapid Population Growth in Developing Countries: Proceedings of the United Nations/Institut National D'études Démographiques Expert Group Meeting, New York, 23-26 August 1988

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Taylor & Francis, 1991 - Political Science - 380 pages
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This study stresses the complexity of the relationship between economic and population growth and assesses implications for the future economic, social and political advancement of developing countries. Recommendations are made regarding policy
 

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Contents

Agenda
2
HI List of participants
9
past present and future
15
A historical perspective on the economic consequences of rapid population growth
41
Estimating the relationship between population growth and aggregate economic
67
International economic relations and rapid demographic growth in dependent
101
Rapid population growth and technical and institutional change
127
Rapid population growth and environmental stress
161
the effects of unstable demographic changes
243
evolution over the recent period and effects
275
the case of India
297
Recent findings on the consequences of rapid population growth in developing
345
Contributors
379
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