An Empirical Analysis of Population Growth on Economic Development: The Case Study of Bangladesh

@inproceedings{Ali2015AnEA,
  title={An Empirical Analysis of Population Growth on Economic Development: The Case Study of Bangladesh},
  author={Shahjahan Ali and Khandaker Jahangir Alam and Shafiul Islam and Morshed Hossain},
  year={2015}
}
The population growth has a vital impact on economic development. There are two instructs of thought regarding this issue. Some researchers maintain that population has a negative impact on economic development while others are convinced that the effects are positive. Bangladesh’s population increased 430 percent over the year1950-2012. Multivariate analyses of 1981 to 2014 data from the Bangladesh Economic Survey and from the International Financial Statistics yearbooks found significant and… CONTINUE READING

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