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    [Demographic variables in neoclassical growth models] Demographische Variablen in neoklassischen Wachstumsmodellen.

    Schmale H

    Bochum, Germany, Federal Republic of, N. Brockmeyer, 1987. 285 p. (Contributions to Quantitative Economics/Beitrage zur Quantitativen Okonomie Vol. 10)

    A comparative dynamic analysis of the relationships between demographic and economic development is provided using neoclassical growth and stable population models. The influence of fertility on population growth rates, age structure, and the economic system is examined. Specifically, the author investigates the influence of population growth on the quality and quantity of the supply of labor, discusses the relationship between trends in productivity and population growth, and tries to determine the impact of demographic variables on consumer and capital goods production. The influence of population growth on the distribution of labor and capital is also discussed. The focus is on economics at the national level.
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    [Documentation of the papers presented during the meeting of the German Society for Demography, Working Group on Population Economy, October 3-5, 1984, in Buchenbach] Dokumentation der Referate, die wahrend der Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Bevolkerungswissenschaft im Arbeitskreis Bevolkerungsokonomie vom 3. bis 5.10.1984 in Buchenbach gehalten wurden

    Germany, Federal Republic of. Bundesinstitut fur Bevolkerungsforschung

    Wiesbaden, Germany, Federal Republic of, Germany, Federal Republic of. Bundesinstitut fur Bevolkerungsforschung, 1985. 183 p. (Materialien zur Bevolkerungswissenschaft no. 41)

    This publication contains six papers presented at a meeting of the German Society for Demography's Working Group on Population Economy, held in Buchenbach, Federal Republic of Germany, in 1984. The focus of the meeting was on the relationships between population trends and economic, social, and family policy, with a geographic emphasis on the Federal Republic of Germany. Papers are included on a market-economy alternative to traditional family policy, the income situation of families, the role of population trends in discussions of consumer demand, savings and family size, the short-term analysis of demographic changes and the labor market, and family allowances and their effects on family income and the employment of mothers.
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