Zero Population Growth

Population Connection (formerly Zero Population Growth or ZPG) is a non-profit organization in the United States that raises awareness of population challenges and advocates for improved global access to family planning and reproductive health care. The organization was founded in 1968 by Paul R. Ehrlich, Richard Bowers and Charles Remington in the wake of Ehrlich's best-selling book, The Population Bomb. The organization adopted its current name in 2002.



IAI: Istituto Affari Internazionali · 17 November 2021 English

A secondary function of these committees is to correlate the findings of the Functional Com- mittees to the problems of their particular region and to advise the Institute and the …

environmental ism, and· proposals for zero population growth-, but these reformist impulses, particularly

OXMS: Oxford Martin School · 14 May 2021 English

The higher the sunk cost, the higher the rents workers can extract, the higher the incentives to invest in robots. [...] The top panel of Figure 2 depicts the relationship …

agents with aggregate measure 1. There is zero population growth. The objective of a member of the generation

IRC: Queen's Industrial Relations Centre · 27 March 2021 English

Section III compares the Canadian Maternity Leave and Benefit system to the Swedish Parental Leave program, in an attempt to assess the extent of major differences in the programs and …

1964-1984). Both countries are approaching zero population growth, with the crude birth rates declining steadily level of approximately 2.1 would represent zero population growth in Canada). Two major factors have led

ERSA: Economic Research South Africa · 8 January 2021 English

The decrease in the infection and fatality rates translates to a positive impact on the economy due to the boost in the labor supply. [...] With the latter, at the …

population to be one (N0 = 1) and assume zero population growth rate and zero natural death rate, with

CGO: Center for Growth and Opportunity · 30 July 2020 English

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what economists call stagnation: a near-zero population growth, no long-term increase in individual incomes Growth Regime is a near-steady state of near-zero population growth and a steady (not exponential) rise in 1970s, president of the organiza- tion Zero Population Growth (now Population Connection). Energy scholar

CEPR: Centre for Economic Policy Research · 30 July 2020 English

The factors we study include income, socio-demographic vari- ables, pre-pandemic health characteristics, job and income losses, work arrangements (e.g., the ability to tele-work) and housing, along with beliefs and perceptions …

population to be one (N0 = 1) and assume zero population growth rate and zero natural death rate, with

AHURI: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute · 25 March 2020 English

Broadly, the argument of our research is that the institutional environment framing the Australian housing system in the period between 1945 and the 1970s created a window of opportunity for …

g. Germany and Japan) have effectively zero population growth and it is probably no coincidence that

ADBI: Asian Development Bank Institute · 13 October 2019 English

Developing Asia’s gross domestic product is forecast to slow from 5.9% in 2018 to 5.4% in 2019 and 5.5% in 2020. Inflation across developing Asia is forecast to increase from …

Paper. World Bank. Alonso, W. 1973. Urban Zero Population Growth. Daedalus 102(4). Amirapu, A., R. Hasan

ADBI: Asian Development Bank Institute · 11 October 2019 English

This chapter identifies and analyzes Asian cities’ shortcomings as effective labor markets in three major problem areas: urban mobility, land-use management, and affordable housing. It also examines the relationship of …

Paper. World Bank. Alonso, W. 1973. Urban Zero Population Growth. Daedalus 102(4). Amirapu, A., R. Hasan

IEG: Institute of Economic Growth · 10 October 2019 English

The possibility of fiscal imbalance is well recognised in the Indian Constitution which provides for an institutional mechanism to tackle the imbalance in the form of the Finance Commission (FC) …

population stabilization is a special case of zero population growth. There is a difference when the population

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