Delayed Demography

As standards of living in industrializing nations improve, their population soars. Here’s why. As better sanitation, food and healthcare are introduced death rates in industrializing countries rapidly fall. But, birth rates remain stubbornly unchanged as it usually takes at least a generation for them to decline to the new lower “replacement fertility” rate. This process is called demographic transition.

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