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Population Growth and Economic Development-A Counter-Argument

A Counter-Argument S K Rao This paper argues that the often-repeated emphasis on 'population control as a means of generating economic growth makes sense only if one can postulate that the number of 'births prevented' is a function of the expenditure on birth control.

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