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Determinants and Effects of Human Population Age Structure

February 8, 2009 • News

Here is a paper I wrote as a graduate student in 1969 after hearing Paul Ehrlich speak on the Yale campus in late 1968. It was through his talk and this paper that I learned about demography and the economic implications of different human population age structures.

Best wishes,
Bill

Determinants and Effects of Human Population Age Structure (PDF, 2MB)



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