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ContributionsAnsley J. Coale (Other Contributor), Centre National De La Recherche Scientif (Other Contributor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages600
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Open LibraryOL7596670M
ISBN 100470161477
ISBN 109780470161470

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  Zero Population Growth, an educational group founded in , aims to stop population growth, first in the United States and then in other countries. On the international level, besides the International Planned Parenthood Federation, the United Nations Economic and Social Council provides birth control aid to underdeveloped nations. Figure no. 2: Population and economic growth regimes Source: Authors' according to Galor and Weil, , pp. Figure no. 3: Average annual rate of population change, for the world and. The Journal of Population Economics is an international quarterly that publishes original theoretical and applied research in all areas of population economics. Micro-level topics examine individual, household or family behavior, including household formation, marriage, divorce, fertility choices, education, labor supply, migration, health, risky behavior and aging. demographic factors impact on the economic growth. Second, the bi-directional causality is revealed among: (i) the population growth and the economic growth; and (ii) the life expectancy and the economic growth. Furthermore, the two new econometric techniques, Driscoll and Kraay estimation, and structural equation model are applied.

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