Population Growth and Levels of Consumption

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Population Growth and Levels of Consumption

By Horace Belshaw
Institute of Pacific Relations, 1956
223 pp. $4.50

A contribution, by a former economic advisor to the Government of New Zealand, to the growing body of studies on demography and production in the poorer countries, with special reference to Asia. Industrialization is seen as only one facet of a multi-purpose endeavor to raise the level of consumption.

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