A Half-Century of Population Growth, Increasing Prosperity, and Falling Commodity Prices

Many people believe that global population growth
leads to greater poverty and more famines, but evidence
suggests otherwise. Between 1960
and 2016, the world’s population
increased by 145 percent.
Over the same time period, real
average annual per capita income in the world rose by 183
percent.
Author : Marian L. Tupy
Source : Economic Development Bullet in CENTER FOR GLOBAL LIBERTY AND PROSPERITY Cato Institute
Year Published : 2018
Date posted : August 10, 2018
Categories
Economics
Economy
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