Population Growth and socio-Economic Development: Effect Analysis Models and Swedish Case studies

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Ethiopian Economics Association (EEA)
Author
Bo Malmberg

Abstract:

How does population growth affect economic development? This is a classical question in economic analysis that has been discussed since the 18th century. In this paper, I argue that in order to answer the question it is necessary to differentiate between the growth of different age groups. The focus is on how the demographic transition brings about a transformation of the age structure. Four phases can be distinguished that demonstrate very different characteristics: The child phase, the young adult phase, the middle aged phase, and the old age phase. The empirical analysis concentrates on the Swedish case with comparison to other countries in Europe, America, Africa and Asia.

Corporate Author: Alemayehu Seyoum(Editor) & Ethiopian Economic Association/Ethiopian Economic Policy Research Institute
Publisher: Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA)
Primary Descriptors:

Population-Economic aspects; Developing countries-Population policy

Secondary Descriptor:

Population-Social aspects

Cataloge Date: 02/27/2013
Broad Subject heading: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Call Number: 330.963 PRO 2004
Serial Key Title: Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Ethiopian Economy
Publication catagory: International Conference
Content type: EEA Publication
Volume: I
Publication date: 2013-05-27 00:00:00
Forum or Discussion date: 2013-02-27 00:00:00
PDF file:  Bo Malmberg_Population Growth and socio Economic Development.pdf
Place of publication: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Type of material: Book
Current frequency: Annualy
Author: Bo Malmberg

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