Rapid growth of population directly effects per capita income in an economy up to ‘income optimizing level’, the growth of population increases per capita income but beyond that it necessarily lowers the same. Some negative effects of population growth are insecurity, crime, unemployment, underdevelopment, inequitable sharing of resources, and increased pollution of the environment these negative effects lead to subsequent problems such as clashes and fighting for dwindling resources, poor sanitation, and drug abuse.
Population growth sometimes can take on negative connotations, such as in third-world countries where brimming populations tax resources beyond limits however, many believe population growth has positive effects on societies these include economic benefits such as expansion of tax bases and.
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The existing state of knowledge does not warrant any clear-cut generalization as to the effect of population growth on economic development in today's less developed areas some theoretical analyses argue that high population growth creates pressures on limited natural resources, reduces private and public capital formation, and diverts additions to capital resources to maintaining rather than.
In general, population growth is driven by a higher birth rate than death rate, though several smaller factors impact that ratio comparison increased diversity and human capital are among the positive effects of population growth. They don’t believe that further population growth should be a cause of concern by year 2025, we should be reaching a population between 8 to 10 billion by year 2100, we will need 3 earths to continue living the way we do.