Economics of population, Managerial Economics

The Economics of Population

Population issues became matters of economic concern when it became increasingly apparent that the problem of excess population may be a serious obstacle to development.  This is because although it might seem to appear that given the appropriate conditions, sufficient foreign capital and technical assistance the poor countries could move along the same path of economic progress as the developed nations, often this is frustrated by growth of population which means that the expansion of output is outstripped by increased needs.

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