Poverty, Population, Development In Historical Perspective
The object of the paper is to place the present issues of world poverty, development, demographic change into proper historical perspective, considering the specificities of present times concerning economic and demographic developments, as well as the international relations associated with them. Some speculations concerning possible long run developments conclude the paper.
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