Economic Laws of History
In the second half of the XX century the neo-Malthusian theory became the basis for the practical politics of many developing countries. Thus, governments have recognized that Malthusian laws are a?reality of the traditional society, that they are the laws of history. The neo-Malthusian school exists in modern historiography, which studies the effect of Malthusian laws in the past. Historians-Malthusians argue that the historical process consists of demographic cycles?— repeated periods of growth, stagnation and crisis. The article reviews the works of historians of the neo-Malthusian school.
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