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Title: Population growth and economic development: Some lessons from the history of advanced nations
Authors: Κορρές, Γεώργιος Μ. 
Πολυχρονόπουλος, Γιώργος 
Keywords: Πληθυσμός -- Οικονομικές απόψεις;Οικονομική ανάπτυξη -- Κοινωνικές απόψεις;Population -- Economic aspects;Economic development -- Social aspects
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: ΤΕΙ Ηπείρου. Σχολή Διοίκησης και Οικονομίας
Journal: Επιθεώρηση Οικονομικών Επιστημών;Τεύχ. 4 
Abstract: Population growth is closely related to the factors of demand, production and supply and furthermore to distribution of income, and the conditions of quality of life. Today, the «population burden» is a «common characteristic» for developing and mainly the less developed countries. There is a close relationship between demographically experienced in developed countries in the past and the currently being experienced in developing countries. This paper analyses the relationship between population growth and economic development. What feature of the social and economic environment affect the household level decisions? and in particular, how does economic development affect fertility choices and what are the main implications of population growth to economic development?
ISSN: 1109-2629
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