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Presupuestos para una teoría económica de la población
Authors: Saranyana, J.I. (Josep Ignasi)
Keywords: Materias Investigacion::Derecho
Issue Date: 1975
Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra
ISSN: 0211-4526
Citation: Saranyana, José Ignacio. "Presupuestos para una teoría económica de la población". Persona y Derecho, 2 (1975) : 307-320.
The subject of the relationship between economic deve/opment and popu/ation gravvth has frequently been treated -especially in the last two decades- from the point of view of value judgments which postulate a marked incompatibility between the two variables, in such a way that birth control appears to be justified. Myrdal, more than anyone perhaps, has formulated this pessimistic postulate in a very complete manner. Nelson has also followed this same line of reasoning, expressing in a highly technical manner the supposed dichotomy between the two variables in his well-known Theory 01 the Low-/eve/ Equilibrium Trap. In this paper, the starting principies of Myrdal's formulation are discussed at length, and Nelson's analyses -his doctrinal supports- are equally criticized. At the same time, basing himself in Keynes, the author offers an outline which purports to solve the stated problem. This implies, logically, a new axiomatic approach -which is very much in accordance with the results achieved by Sauvy, Livi, Gonnard, Hirschmann, and Hansen- according. to which true economic development is impossible without population growth. AII this presupposes -although It may seem paradoxical- the rediscovery of the fact that economics is meant to serve man and not viceversa.
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