World Population Trends and Their Impact on Economic Development

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Subject Index
African agriculture, recent evolution of, 64-66
Aggregate savings in relation to population growth, 29-30, 45, 47, 54-57
Agricultural innovations: farmer-based, 170-76, 182; science- and industry- based, 177-82
Argentina, worker migration into, 110
Australia, migration into, 108-10
Bangladesh, 98-101, 111, 115-16, 119- 21, 127-28, 130-32, 134, 137, 183
Basic needs approach, 187-88
Belgium, migration into, 110
Botswana, 111, 126, 129, 131
Brain drain, 121-22, 128, 139
Brazil, 63, 65, 82, 178, 181-82
Burkina Faso, 60, 64, 69-72
Burundi, 168, 172
Cameroon, 63, 65, 168, 170, 172
Canada, migration into, 108-9
Chad, 64, 68-72
Childrearing expenditures, 45-48, 53-57
China, 173-74
Composite attractivity index, 6, 142, 154, 157
Dependency effect, 29, 45-46, 54-55
Egypt, 96, 98-101, 111, 118-21, 173
Ethical issues of population growth, 216- 17; Heckscher-Ohlin growth model, 217-19; Keynesian growth model, 219-22; primary values approach, 213- 17, 222; utilitarian approach, 214-16
Ethiopia, 60, 65, 168, 173
Farming systems, 33-37, 62-64, 74, 165-70, 182
Food production and food supply, 33-38, 59-60, 64-65, 67, 69, 75, 182
France, 110, 113, 154, 157
Free market system, 217-18
Gambia, 69-72
Germany, 110, 113-14, 116, 129-30, 154-55, 157
Ghana, 65, 110, 116
Greece, 111, 115, 146-47, 154-57
Guest worker migration. See International Migration; Worker Migration
Guest worker programs: Germany, 114, 129-30; Middle East, 115, 128-29, 133; South African mining houses, 114, 126-30
Harris-Todaro migration model, 83, 85
Heckscher-Ohlin model of international trade, 217-19

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