Worldwide Practices: Population Growth for Economic Expansion
Population growth in a country leads to economic growth, but how can we harness that into a long-term strategy we can all share for achieving economic expansion while reaching for individual sustainable prosperity?
Numerous economic studies show that the most prosperous countries generally have slower rates of population growth, a phenomenon called the "demographic-economic paradox." It's a paradox because a lot of wise people, including Thomas Robert Malthus, have theorized that prosperous societies will have more children because they can afford them. Not so, apparently.
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In "Beautiful and Abundant," Bryan Welch gives the mindset, plans of action and reflection questions for creating sustainable projects and businesses. Is it beautiful? Is it abundant? Is it fair? Is it contagious?