By: Nigel Crook
225 pages, Figs, tabs
The book considers the debate over the relationships between population, natural resources, and development from Malthus on, and introduces recent thinking on population and environmental issues. The political economy of famine and health, and of fertility and birth control, is discussed in detail. The final chapters focus on interrelationships between population change and urbanization and industrialization in the developing world.
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