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Population trends and economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa

World Bank Technical Paper ( 227): 175-191
Population trends and economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa
The objective of the paper is to show that, over the long term, the capacity of sub-Saharan Africa to find a sustained and sustainable path to development depends to a considerable degree on the conditions under which the necessary population redistribution takes place. The pace of redistribution will be imposed by the rapid rate of population growth within the region.

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