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Table of Contents
Preface, Introduction, Agenda, List of documents, List of participants, Global trends in population growth and economic growth, The growth of world population: past, present and future, A historical perspective on the economic consequences of rapid population growth, Estimating the relationship between population growth and aggregate economic growth in developing countries: methodological problems, Adaptation to rapid population growth, International economic relations and rapid demographic growth in dependent countries, Rapid population growth and technical and institutional change, Some specific aspects of rapid population growth, Rapid population growth and environmental stress, Urban population growth, employment and poverty in developing countries: a conceptual framework for policy analysis, Rapid population growth, the quality of health, and the quality of health care in developing countries, Rapid population change and kinship: the effects of unstable demographic changes on Chinese kinship networks, 1750-2250, Normative problems, The world distribution of income: evolution over the recent period and effects of population growth, Evaluating externalities to child-bearing in developing countries: the case of India, Conclusions, Recent findings on the consequences of rapid population growth in developing countries, Contributors
Institut National d'etudes Demographiques (Author)