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Agricultural development and demographic change: a generalization of the Boserup model



Agricultural development and demographic change: a generalization of the Boserup model



Economic Development and Cultural Change 32(2): 355-366



The lack of conceptual clarity about the way in which agricultural development, technological change, and demographic transition interact with one another is seen to be due to the totally different approaches to agricultural development, general economic development and population change which often seem to represent totally different perspectives on the same process.

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DOI: 10.2307/1153503



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