stationary in their differences even in the presence of a structural break in both series. Dao (2012) examined the relationship between population and economic growth among 43 selected developing countries. Population and economic growth seems to have an obvious connection at first; without consumers, it may be difficult for an economy to grow. Consequently the study advocates among other things, for a system of revenue generation and taxation that is people-centred; that institutionalism should be encouraged at all level of government and government apparatus; and finally, the design of accountability metric(s) for gauging public opinion on government accountability to the citizens, if revenue generation must be reliable and sustainable. In Section II, we show the variation in population aging across states between 1980 and 2010. 0000057676 00000 n We locate this in study in India and compare relationships across the region from population growth and in different economic contexts. The test applied was the Banerjee, Lumsdaine, and Stock (1992) test, whose results. Recently Gregory and Hansen (1996) proposed a number of residual-based tests for cointegration in models with the possibility of a structural break. affect economic growth. The findings were mixed: the relationship between population and economic growth was negative in five countries while in the other five countries the relationship was positive. Even though that is the reality behind the scenes, we agree with the positive correlation between the population growth and economic growth, which leads to the economic development because it remarkably keeps going up in a certain period of time, ... Ireland (Lutz, 2001), Spain (García-López et al., 2015;Matori et al., 2014), Portugal (Barreira et al, 2017), Brazil (da Mata, 2007;da Silva et al., 2017), Korea (Lee et al., 2007;Sohn, 2012), Australia (Trendle, 2009), Japan (Fukuda, 2012), Colombia (Duranton, 2016) and Mexico. All rights reserved. Information for the empirical application is from the 1976 Mexican Fertility Survey. 2 The Role of Population on Economic Growth and Development: Evidence from Developing Countries Atanda, A. Ordinary Least Squares estimation technique was employed and the empirical results of this study deduce that human capital has a significant positive impact on economic growth in Malaysia and Singapore. L��ȡ�zB& rB����-x���z�0���00�a��5:��Y(___P&I����ZHc�!. While climate change is able to exacerbate poverty, weak governance would entrench poverty and, both intra and intergenerational inequities. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. around this issue encompasses three schools. This quantitative study analysed the macroeconomic and human capital data of 5 ASEAN countries from 1970 to 2016. ... Several other authors have also found a similar relationship in their respective studies (Chang et al., 2014;Ahmed and Ahmad, 2016). The fertility variable has positive relationships with the population dependent variable even the fertility coefficient is negative, the probability p-value is significant at 0.05 significance level on one hand and the absolute t-statistic is great than the critical value at 0.05 level of significance, which confirm the statistically significance of t-statistic. In the long run, it was found that population has a positive effect on per capita GDP and that per capita GDP positively affects population. 0 0000049288 00000 n Overtime, income level and level of industrialization are utilized in classifying economies as far as development is concerned. Section 2 reviews the literature on the relationship between population, economic growth, and poverty reduction. The long-term relationship between population and economic development is an important research topic in development economics. Latin American countries, among them Mexico. China provides a clear example by suddenly introducing a collection of highly coercive methods to reduce the total fertility rate from about 5.8 to 2.2 births per woman between 1970 and 1980; (2) since a decline in fertility affects the age structure of the population of an African country, it is found to have a significant statistical negative impact on economic growth when the interaction term between this variable and urban population growth is included in the model. Governments in African countries with a higher level of urbanization can devise policies aimed at slowing down population growth in order to stimulate growth. Economic development can be understood to mean the process by which the quality of life of the citizenry or population is improved. In recent years the observed rate of population growth in Mexico has shown evidence of decline from previous high levels. (2015) recognises that there could be a dividend from population growth if human capital is developed while Englema (2009) specifically finds that the level of female education reduces birth rates. For the EU-25 we have found the following patterns for the accounting effect: Among western European countries we find the peak of the positive accounting effect during the 1980s, while the accounting effect will turn negative during the 2030s. a strong, statistical link between growth and poverty on average, a 10 percentage point increase in economic reduction. Growth of the fertility is one of the key determinants of the Population Growth. The results are also remarkably con- no evidence of any relationship between population growth and economic growth (Dawson &. The relationship between fertility rate and the time describe a decreasing function, which interesting for us showing that fertility has been reduced over time. On the other, improve-ments in the quality of the labor force are an important contributor to EG. Therefore, it was aimed to analyze the countries' success in participation into the PISA 2012. The data bases used were World Bank, Infos el, OECD, Inegi and Banxico's platform respectively. population growth above 2% a year inhibits efforts to raise income in poor countries with high birth rates and young age structure. correction model (VECM) have been employed to examine this issue. This article utilises a choice theory based on a three‐equation simultaneous model to analyse determinants of contraception, desired number of children and fertility. In other words, Singapore's population growth did contribute to the nation's economic development, which in return stimulated population expansion in the country. 0000021253 00000 n Consequently, population programs have become independent, pursuing specific fertility and demographic growth objectives as goals, rather than as mechanisms for the attainment of social and economic change. The coefficient of Time is (-0.117035) which implies that a unit change in time will change Total Fertility Rate (TFR) by (-0.117035), table-1. A., Aminu, S. B., & Alimi, O. Y. Abstract The precise relationship between population growth and per capita income has been The main findings of both the litterature reviews and empirical analyses are discussed, along with their implications and future extensions. Physical capital was found to have a significant positive impact on economic growth in Indonesia and Thailand. Considering the case of Mexico, the objective of this study was to analyze the dynamic relationship between population growth and economic growth, through a structural break cointegration analysis for the period 1960-2014. Using causal analysis and interactive regressions within the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) model, an assessment of the payoffs or otherwise of these openness policies given the period 1970–1985 when Import Substitution Industrialization (ISI) policies was in operation as against the 1986–2015 when openness policies came into operation. startxref But, by 1986, during the economic reforms, the neoliberal policies of an open economy where imports and exports flowed freely were embraced. growth found in the econometric results of this paper. The study was executed on the thirty-six (36) States of the Nigeria federation for a period of eleven years (2008 to 2018). Our results show that, when we apply the popular Toda-Yamamoto model, causality in these relationships is not confirmed even among any of the relevant variables in Turkey. %%EOF The relationship between population growth and economic growth is of great interest both for demographers and for development economists. 89 30 These results indicate a population-driven economic development in Indonesia. Considering the case of Mexico, the objective of this study was to analyze the dynamic relationship between population growth and economic growth, through a structural break cointegration analysis for the period 1960-2014. To analyse causality, using 51 years time series data of GDP and population growth, a Granger Causality Test was done and found that population growth causes neither GDP nor vice versa in India. Taken together, these empirical findings involve valuable information for policy makers. view, arguing that higher population growth increases the stock of human capital, thus. In this theory, population growth has a significant and positive impact on economic growth in the short and long run. Peer review The Role of Population on Economic Growth and Development: Evidence from Developing Countries. Nwosu et al., [7] studied the relationship between population growth and economic growth in Nigeria from 1960 to 2008 using annual time series data. The study looked at improving the tax yield from a people-centric philosophy. Its purpose is threefold. It was thought in this study that it was important to analyze the countries' economic situation and patent production based on their information transfers via their success rankings in PISA, which determined their success internationally. The dependent variable for the study is the internally generated revenue of states in Nigeria, while the independent variables are population size, school enrolment, and accountability index of states in Nigeria. 'l���K�9Tx6�l~ ��k n�!6��r��ʘ(�.|�"Q}��֎��U]�N��!��VJDR� F(| 0?7\኉xr�i��M��/KJ�F��. population began to decline so did the rate of economic growth. Findings 0000026044 00000 n Revenue generation, demography and tax administration are notions of the study, proxy by internally generated revenue, population size and changes, school enrolment and accountability of government. ( 'Xr�%)7;NƗoi����:-�Ô\+��ZAŬvX�z%����D�u��t�#����.b�{���^�T�@f&�H{H��઻Ѹw The study of population and economic growth has been the subject of intense debates between the two schools of thought. First, the report offers a literature review of the main drivers of population growth. Hence, the need to exploit the demographic window of opportunity 1 to the country's advantage. Research revised the long-term relationship. The results also confirmed that there is unidirectional long-run causality among variables of interest and the direction of long-run causality is running from per capita GDP to per capita energy consumption. case of Mexico population growth does not cause nor is caused by per capita GDP. presence of a mutually reinforcing relationship between these two variables. Based on the results of this test, we used 1985 as the year in which the structural break occurs in the cointegrating equation and therefore we included a dummy variable for this year in the VECM developed in the paper. In an analysis developed for several countries including Mexico, Darrat and Al-. 6 The Relationship Between Demographic Growth and Economic Change population). The study outcomes revealed that the independent variables have positive effects on the dependent variable individually, and stronger predictive ability collectively. However, after several decades of research, no consensus has been reached as to whether the relationship is positive or negative. 0000033663 00000 n This report studies population dynamics in Europe. Achieving a desirable level of economic growth is the prime objective of every country. In the short term, economic growth by capital formation. DV= It contains deterministic variables, such as the constant and a trend variable. 0000032998 00000 n Economists have proferred two rationales for a public policy to influence private fertility behavior .The first is externalities—that the social costs of children may exceed their private costs. Moreover, when we utilize the VECM methodology, the results show that long-run causality exists from GDP per capita and energy to CO2 emissions. Case study design, one of the types of qualitative research, was used in the study. trailer The main aim of the study is to investigate the relationship between population and economic growth in Asian economies. As a result, conservation hypothesis which postulates unidirectional causality from economic growth to energy consumption is confirmed for Turkey. Nigeria, in its post-independence era, pursued the structuralist ideals of an import substitution industrialization policy. The ex-post facto research designs was adopted for this study. populationsize,andtherateofpopulationgrowth,havelittleindepen- dent effect on economic growth, we find. Empirical findings in this study provide guides for management authorities in formulating the right and relatable policies on population growth whilst promoting economic growth and social welfare. Economic growth is an objective of every nation in … 0000031863 00000 n formation on economic growth in lag1 and lag2. Additionally, a Granger causality test indicated that per capita GDP is Granger-caused by population and population is Granger-caused by per capita GDP, thus revealing the presence of a mutually reinforcing relationship between these two variables. On the […] Population growth helps the process of development in certain ways and hampers it in certain other ways. `�?���(�ۑ7. carried out based on a VECM. 0000039038 00000 n The Demographic Transition and Economic Growth in Mexico, Population growth in Mexico during the last, Thus, several authors (Chen et al., 1990; Coale (1978)) indicated that the demographic, fertility rates, coupled with the sustained d. to 1970 to a rate of 1.4 percent per year in the 2000-2010 decade (World Bank Group, 2015). This is followed by our empirical strategy in Section III. In Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand, it is demonstrated that population growth has a significant negative impact on economic growth, while trade openness is inferred to have a significant positive impact on economic growth only in Malaysia. ���s$`�k����N�Q.vp����g��d���K�E�C���;����:!�I�����k"�����>��m��׼���njM1�0����=(bla ŀUޟu���P�c��e3@�� ͐��\{�澶�כ��#�Ä�4)��3E���Dׅ��(#�p[� error correction model, a stable long–term relationship between exports and real GDP in Mexico is found, and the direction of causality runs from exports to GDP growth. In this paper we use a statistical model and data from a sample of forty-five African economies to empirically analyze the impact of several dimensions of the demographic transition on per capita GDP growth. Article Shared by Tushar Seth. Originality/value The data analysis tools used are Cointegration Test, Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) and This is with a view to assessing the prospects for sustainable development as Nigeria keeps its economy open. According to the study results, it was suggested that Turkey's and other countries' patent circulations could be analyzed until 2012 comparatively, and the relationship between patent production and research-development works should be investigated. As economic development increases, population changes in different ways. Document analysis was used for data collection instrument and data analysis. The relationship between population growth and growth of economic output has been studied extensively (Heady & Hodge, 2009). 118 0 obj <>stream Moreover, investment and life expectancy variables have a positive and significant impact on economic growth, whereas inflation rate has a negative association with economic growth. The theoretical framework of this study is based on Mankiw, Romer and Weil's endogenous Human Capital Augmented Solow model of economic growth. This is so because the relation­ship between population growth and economic development is intricate, complex and interacting. 0000063068 00000 n © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. %PDF-1.7 %���� 0000000896 00000 n In the short term, population growth occurs in one of two ways: babies being born to current individuals in the population or … .�ו�X���i�œ�"����8�2�����+:: �2��`� G��C807�w�� ft4���ƀ��h��b+�.I>�)�L"�sE�q[xU�3�9V1��`��<3Q��b���ф�_2İ6p3��b��Pu��s� �t ��l�R�3�0�e�����0�q[Rh0p$�i6�q?7�b� +���l`�: d�3p$݁*������ �'�( variables. = It is the matrix of short-term parameters. The coefficients on the death rate and Life expectancy are respectively positive and significant at all confidence level, table-5. This report aims to discuss some of the relationships between population growth and economic development. 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Studies have shown that the combination of dynamic efficiency 4 and intergenerational transfers 5 make up sustainability; 6 and none is individually sufficient to address sustainable development, yet little attention is paid to the negative intragenerational transfers, especially over population. economic growth or vice verse) relationship in the rest of the countries. Due to the controversial issues about economic growth and inflation, the investigator is highly interested to examine the relationship between inflation and economic growth in sub Saharan Africa countries (SSA). Environmental Science and Pollution Research. and Darrat and Al-Yousif (1999) for the cases of Sri Lanka and Thailand. Introduction. The second rationale is the proposition that the market for contraceptive information, and possibly for certain contraceptive services, is poor, especially in developing countries. ‘Population pessimists’ believe population is detrimental to economic development, as it tends to hike up demographic overhead while overwhelming capital accumulation and technological progress (Coale and Hoover 1958). 0000033251 00000 n That means the relationship between population growth and economic development can be measured by looking at the impact of population growth on economic development and vice-versa. Third, the existing evidence on the long-run relationship between economic and population growth is discussed, followed by an empirical assessment of the relationship between these two aggregates in Europe over the period 1960-2010. Yet there has been a broad consensus that while policy and institutional settings are key in shaping the prospects of economic growth, population dynamics also play a role. Through the estimation of an, This paper attempts to investigate the short-run and long-run relationship and 0000002248 00000 n There is a demographic model that explains this. When we apply the asymmetric causality tests, the results provide even stronger evidence for a unidirectional causal relationship from GDP per capita to CO2 emissions. Yet, when the Fourier Toda-Yamamoto tests for cumulative frequency are employed, we find unidirectional causality running from GDP per capita to emissions of CO2 per capita. (2) *** indicates significance at the 1% level. There is no causal relationship between PMTB and exports. This chapter presents a discussion on economic approaches to population growth. similar to the result obtained by Darrat & Al-Yousif (1999) for the Mexican case. population and per capita income (PCI). Economic growth is dependent on a wide array of factors that range from technology to capital. 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This paper focused on the determinant factors of population growth in Rwanda. This study also follows the similar model used by Dawson and Tiffin (1998), Tsen and Furuoka (2005), Shety and Sahoo (2015). Malthus' and Kremer's views are opposite. consensus about which of these theories is correct. The dire needs to emphasize and increase the revenue of constituent States of Nigeria, particularly from sources of revenue that are not at the mercies of international influential factors, necessitated the study of the ‘effects of demography and tax administration on revenue generation among states in Nigeria’. 0000000016 00000 n Opinions have swung back and forth on these relationships. problems of spurious correlation (Kelley and Schmidt, 2001). The empirical findings indicated a mutually reinforcing bilateral causality between population and economic development in the island-state. In countries that are already poor, ... growth on health and other socio-economic development. The study, however, did not detect a long-run equilibrium relationship between population growth and economic performance in India. The countries in the study were analyzed according to PISA success rankings, patent application numbers, registered patents and gross national products. How to evaluate the effect of population on a country'seconomy The results provides evidence of Fertility, birth, death and life expectancy as factors which boost population to grow in Rwanda. Various economic models have attempted to establish the relationship between different demographic dynamics and economic growth (Barro 1991, p. 87). Of particular interest is the rate of population growth vis-à-vis economic growth and development. (3) ***, ** and * indicate significance at the 1%, 5% and 10% levels. The data used are quarterly data during the period 2000.12013.4. 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