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Craig John H.S. (De Montfort University + Heidelberg SRH University, Northants, UK)
Malthus and Population Drivers - Lessons from the Past
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Economics and Business Communication Challenges : International Week, 2014, s. 56-71, rys., tab., bibliogr. 57 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Finanse, Infrastruktura, Rolnictwo, Ludność, Żywność
Finance, Infrastructure, Agriculture, Population, Food
Bangladesz, Nigeria
Bangladesh, Nigeria
The paper uses the formulation about population growth created by Thomas Robert Malthus in a series of essays starting in 1797 in the era of Adam Smith and David Ricardo, and examines the relevance of key elements of these against the current and future implications and indications about population growth. Practical situations affecting population issues are examined for Bangladesh and Nigeria as these countries have high birth rates and high density of people on the diminishing agriculture-usable land which will have impacts on the financial and economic infrastructure, which globally are related to a financial instability. These countries are chosen as the contexts for case studies by reason of their low state of social and economic development, the environmental perils to their agricultures and any continuing availability of useful agriculture-friendly land. The paper seeks to highlight the complexities affecting population, famine and pestilence and determine whether or not the Malthus hypotheses still apply in the 21st century. (original abstract)
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