Population, population density, and technological change

1. Person: Klasen, Stephan
Weitere Personen: Nestmann, Thorsten
Format: Online-Artikel
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo) 2004
Serien: CESifo Working Paper
Schlagworte: Bevölkerungsökonomie
Bevölkerungsentwicklung
Bevölkerungsdichte
Endogener technischer Fortschritt
Technischer Fortschritt
Theorie
Welt
Endogenous growth model
Technological change
Theory
World
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Population, population density, and technological change
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Population, population density, and technological change
Bevölkerungsökonomie
Bevölkerungsentwicklung
Bevölkerungsdichte
Endogener technischer Fortschritt
Technischer Fortschritt
Theorie
Welt
Endogenous growth model
Technological change
Theory
World
Klasen, Stephan
CESifo Working Paper
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Population, population density, and technological change
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Population, population density, and technological change
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Population, population density, and technological change
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Population, population density, and technological change
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Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo)
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2004
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English
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Bevölkerungsökonomie
Bevölkerungsentwicklung
Bevölkerungsdichte
Endogener technischer Fortschritt
Technischer Fortschritt
Theorie
Welt
Endogenous growth model
Technological change
Theory
World
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Endogenous growth model
Technological change
Theory
World
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Klasen, Stephan
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Nestmann, Thorsten
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Nestmann, Thorsten
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In a model on population and endogenous technological change, Kremer combines a short-run Malthusian scenario where income determines the population that can be sustained, with the Boserupian insight that greater population spurs technological change and can therefore lift a country out of its Malthusian trap. We show that a more realistic version of the model, which combines population and population density, allows deeper insights into these processes. The incorporation of population density also allows a superior interpretation of the empirical regularities between the level of population, population density, population growth, and economic development, both at aggregated and disaggregated levels.
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