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Population Growth and National Development: a Crucial Nexus in Less Developed Countries

EasyChair Preprint no. 11492

7 pagesDate: December 9, 2023


This study delves into the intricate relationship between population growth and national development in less developed countries (LDCs), exploring the multifaceted dynamics that shape the socio-economic landscape of these nations. Recognizing the significance of population as both a challenge and a potential catalyst, the research aims to shed light on the crucial nexus between demographic trends and the overall developmental trajectory in less-developed regions. The abstract begins by acknowledging the demographic complexities inherent in LDCs, where rapid population growth often intersects with socio-economic challenges. It sets the stage by underlining the pivotal role that population dynamics play in shaping the developmental landscape, recognizing the potential for demographic dividends as well as the challenges posed by population pressures. Central to this exploration is an analysis of how population growth influences key factors in national development, including economic growth, education, healthcare, and infrastructure. The study investigates how demographic trends contribute to or impede progress, examining both the positive and negative dimensions of population dynamics. By unraveling the complexities of this crucial nexus, the study aims to inform policymakers, researchers, and stakeholders about the challenges and opportunities associated with population dynamics in the pursuit of sustainable national development in less-developed regions.

Keyphrases: Crucial Nexus, National Development, population growth

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  author = {Lee Kasowaki and Yosef Kareem},
  title = {Population Growth and National Development: a Crucial Nexus in Less Developed Countries},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 11492},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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