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Optimal Economic Growth and Non-Stable Population
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Economic literature: papers , articles , software , chapters , books.
Using these models, rules for optimal economic policy can be derived. The study formulates general guidelines for long-run economic and educational policy, given the available demographic projections. Two main conclusions are reached.
- Optimal Economic Growth and Non-Stable Population : Evert van Imhoff : .
- Imhoff, E. van (Evert).
- Optimal Economic Growth and Non-Stable Population | Evert van Imhoff | Springer;
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First, a fall in fertility has a beneficial effect on consumption per capita, provided that the population growth rate does not pass below a certain probably negative critical level. Second, investment in education is a good substitute for population growth: when the population growth rate falls, investment in education becomes more attractive.
Contributions are from experts in the field of demography, econometrics, economics, social psychology, and sociology. The rational-choice frameworkhas been used as an engine to integrate these contributions.
Optimal economic growth and non-stable population - Semantic Scholar
Population, environment, and development by Environment and Development Symposium on Population Book 4 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Regional population projections in the countries of the European economic area by E. Lipro 2.
Regionale prognose bevolking van Turkse, Marokkaanse, Surinaamse of Antilliaanse afkomst, by E. Profile : a program for estimating the coefficients of demographic age-intensity profiles by E. Demografische databank Nederlandse gemeenten, by Erik Beekink Book 1 edition published in in Dutch and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
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Verwantschapsnetwerken in Nederland : verleden, heden, toekomst by Wendy J Post Book 1 edition published in in Dutch and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Schatting individuele verdeling joodse tegoeden by E.
Alternatieven voor de VUT: een scenario-analyse by E. Regionale allochtonen prognose by Corina Huisman Book 1 edition published in in Dutch and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Huishoudens en uitkeringen in de 21e eeuw : de gevolgen van veranderende huishoudenssamenstelling voor de sociale zekerheid by E.
Optimal economic growth and investment in education under conditions of non-stable population by E. Optimal economic growth and non-stationary population by E. Social security, household, and family dynamics in ageing societies by Jean-Pierre Gonnot Book 2 editions published in in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Many industrialized countries are facing large problems with their public pension systems in the 21st century. An unfavourable age distribution, with lower population shares in working ages and increasing shares and numbers of elderly persons in the future will lead, under current pension systems, to a drop in contributions and at the same time to sharply rising amounts of benefits paid.
This book analyzes the impact of dynamics in age structure and marital status composition on future public pension expenditures in twelve industrialized countries.