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  • Population growth, economic growth and the environment in the United States
  • Croissance démographique ; Croissance économique ; Environnement ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Population
  • The Ethiopian population : growth and distribution
  • Croissance démographique ; Ethiopie ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Montagne ; Population ; Répartition de la population ; Zone intertropicale
  • Population growth in Indian cities 1901-1971
  • 1901-1971 ; Croissance urbaine ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Population urbaine
  • China's population: growth and control
  • Chine ; Croissance démographique ; Donnée ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Politique démographique ; Population
  • Dynamics of urban population growth in Nigeria: the role of repeated migration
  • Croissance urbaine ; Donnée ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Immigration urbaine ; Migration intérieure ; Nigeria ; Nigéria ; Population urbaine
  • Growth of population in sizable towns of Uttar Pradesh
  • Croissance ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Population urbaine ; Uttar Pradesh ; Ville
  • Population growth of Indian cities 1901-1971
  • 1901-1971 ; Croissance ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Population urbaine ; Ville
  • Population growth of Iran, first survey year, 1973-1974
  • 1973-1974 ; Croissance démographique ; Donnée ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Iran ; Population
  • Problems of maintaining employment in developing countries in the face of rapid population growth
  • Croissance démographique ; Développement ; Emploi ; Géographie humaine ; Population ; Tiers Monde
  • Changing patterns of population growth in the Netherlands
  • Croissance démographique ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Migration intérieure ; Pays-Bas ; Population ; Répartition
  • Population and development
  • Development ; Food ; Population ; Population growth ; Stable population ; World
  • Alimentation ; Croissance démographique ; Développement ; Monde ; Population ; Population stable
  • The oldest human populations were of very small numbers because of little food at their disposal. Up to the relatively recent time, all technological progress led to a bigger amount of food and consequently to the population growth. However
  • , the absolute world population growth is still around 90 millions, the highest growth was achieved in the 1960's. Relative yearly rate increase was more than 2,1%. It decreased to 1,6% during the last twenty years. The size of world population will probably
  • Regional policies in an era of slow population growth and higher unemployment
  • Urban growth under conditions of unbalanced urban development
  • , population and housing. Effects of a policy of controlling urban growth at a time of labor and housing shortages.
  • This paper points to symptoms of unbalanced growth of the urban region of Warsaw in the period of accelerated growth prior to 1975 and the subsequent economic collapse around 1980, illustrated with selected problems of the growth rate of employment
  • Population of China : large is not beautiful
  • Birth control ; China ; Population ; Population density ; Population distribution ; Population growth
  • Chine ; Contrôle des naissances ; Croissance démographique ; Densité de population ; Population ; Répartition de la population
  • Recent demographic trends, focusing on the government-sponsored birth control campaigns. The A. asserts that only socioeconomic development can effectively curb population growth and improve quality of life in China. - (DWG)
  • For natural populations the possibilities of growth are limited because of their quantities: they show a logistic growth. The quantity of population corresponds to the carrying of the environment. Contrary to animal populations the human population
  • grows over-exponentially: the doubling times have diminished for 2000 years. The mean annual growth rate of the population of the world was 2 per cent in 1971. Different answers are given on the question, how many can live on earth: 1 to 6 thousand
  • millions are calculated depending on the living standard that is based. Besides the factors food and space that limit the growth of population the problems of pollution are known since industrial times. The growing human population requires a better
  • technology to supply the demands for food. The technology itself brings about new problems that restrain the growth of population. The zero growth of world population brought above by birth control is regarded as a solution to achieve a longterm population
  • Vyvoj obyvatelstva CSSR v letech 1961-1980 The growth of population in Czechoslovakia from 1961-1980
  • Années 1961-1980 ; Croissance démographique ; Evolution démographique ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Mouvement naturel ; Population ; Tchécoslovaquie
  • The years 1961-1980 represented the period of the lowest post-war natural increase of population. In the seventies the influence of favourable demographic situation together with the introduction of social measures improved the population growth
  • Urbanization and economic growth in Indonesia : good news, bad news and (possible) local government mitigation
  • Economic development ; Economic growth ; Gross domestic product ; Indonesia ; Infrastructure ; Population growth ; Public expenditure ; Role of the State ; Urban population ; Urbanization
  • Croissance démographique ; Croissance économique ; Dépenses publiques ; Développement économique ; Indonésie ; Infrastructure ; Population urbaine ; Produit intérieur brut ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Urbanisation
  • . A sub-national dynamic panel investigation provides additional evidence of the positive and negative level and rate effects, respectively. The panel analysis also implies that the harmful impact of urban population growth is linked to insufficient local
  • Time-series analysis for Indonesia over the period 1960–2009 suggests that the level of urbanization is positively associated with economic growth but that the rate of change of urbanization is nega-tively correlated with growth of economic output
  • public infrastructure spending. Local governments that invest more heavily in infrastructure are better able to cope with the apparent detrimental effects of rapid urbanization on economic growth.
  • The Impact of British regional policies on employment growth
  • Emploi ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Politique régionale ; Politique économique ; Population active ; Royaume-Uni ; Région
  • Employment structure and the stability of urban growth during the urbanisation process
  • Croissance urbaine ; Economie urbaine ; Emploi ; Géographie humaine ; Population urbaine ; Structure de l'emploi ; Urbanisation
  • Chinese cities : controlled growth and employment problems
  • Années 1950-1982 ; Chine ; Croissance démographique ; Croissance naturelle ; Emploi ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Mouvement migratoire ; Population urbaine