How declining populations kill economic growth1 min read . Updated: 16 Jan 2020, 02:06 PM IST
Slowing population growth may hurt the discovery of new ideas and lead to economic growth stagnating, finds new study
Across the world, falling fertility rates are driving down population growth rates. In some countries, populations could actually soon decline because of negative population growth rates. Slower and negative population growth, as countries such as Japan are experiencing currently, will have important implications for both societies and economies. One of the biggest effects could be on economic growth, according to new research.
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