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Population projections: economic growth prospects

James A. McDonald

Population projections: economic growth prospects

by James A. McDonald

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Published by Dept. of Business and Economic Development] in [Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois
    • Subjects:
    • Population forecasting.,
    • Illinois -- Population.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      Statementby James A. McDonald.
      ContributionsIllinois. Dept. of Business and Economic Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB3525.I3 M3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL223809M
      LC Control Numbera 68007135
      OCLC/WorldCa1123516

      will accrue the economic benefits of population growth as their working-age population (people aged 15–59) rises, while that of industrialized countries falls. In its latest projections, the UN predicts the global population will reach billion in , a large rise . Projections overview and highlights, – Employment growth is projected to slow during the to decade because of slowing population growth and changing demographics. As the population ages, the labor force participation rate is projected to decline.

      The U.S. economic outlook is healthy according to the key economic indicators. The most critical indicator is the gross domestic product, which measures the nation's production output. The GDP growth rate is expected to fall below the 2% and 3% ideal range. Unemployment is forecast to . But the pace of labor force growth is projected to slow, which in turn is expected to limit GDP growth in the coming decade. This is one of the main reasons the projected –26 growth rate of percent remains lackluster, compared with growth rates of percent or more in the s, s, and s.

        America’s Biggest Economic Challenge May Be Demographic Decline Slower growth in the working-age population is a problem in much of the . The world population will reach a size, which compared to humanity’s history, will be extraordinary; if the UN projections are accurate (they have a good track record), the world population will have increased more than fold over the span of years. We are on the way to a new balance. The big global demographic transition that the world.


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The World Population. 2 His book, China’s Economic Growth Prospects: From Demographic Dividend to Reform Dividend, combines theoretical reflections and empirical work to analyse the engines of China’s growth and to explain the deceleration underway. The argumentation highlights the existence of a demographic dividend, the source of a sea of workers behind China’s industrialisation and development process.

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The United Nations (UN) recently released population projections based on data until and a Bayesian probabilistic methodology.

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