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Population and its Effects on Economy

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Population can be defined as a group of individuals of the same species living and interbreeding within a given area. The relationship between population growth and economic development has been a recurrent theme in economic analysis and the effect of population growth can be positive or negative depending on the circumstances of the economy. In a country with abundant resources and money, perhaps more people is a good thing. But that isn't always the case in countries with limited resources. Limited resources and a larger population puts pressures on the resources that do exist. More people means more mouths to feed, more health care and education services to provide, and so forth. So, population can be a mixed bag. Please engage in the presentation for more resources on the topic.

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Population and its Effects on Economy

Presentations | English