Population growth

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US / Population Growth Does Not Equal Economic Growth writes Richard Florida

There is little, if any connection, between population growth and economic growth Continue reading

Africa / Rising population and youth unemployment

Nearly 300 million people in sub-Saharan Africa are aged between 10 and 24, and that number is expected to climb to about 561 million by the middle of this century Continue reading

The effect of population growth on per capita GDP growth is negative in developing countries | Minh Quang Dao

Based on data from the World Bank and using a sample of forty-three developing economies, the author finds that the growth rate of per capita GDP is linearly dependent upon population growth, both the young and old dependency ratios, the mortality rate. Continue reading

Canadian Census Sheds Light on Immigration Success

The most recent Canadian census, published in May 2011, has revealed new information about emerging population trends throughout the country, and how immigration has responded to and shaped these trends. In the past 5 years Canada has welcomed 1,863,791 new permanent and temporary residents. Between 2006 and 2011, the country saw a 5.6% population increase … Continue reading

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