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1. The Population-Resource Relationship

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How do the views of Thomas Malthus, Ester Boserüp and David Harvey differ on the population-resource relationship?

This Article’s analysis includes a discussion of factors contributing to the corn shortage based on the writings of Malthus, Boserüp and Harvey. This article compares the varied views on population-resource relationships based on three theorists’ principles, and includes a case study on corn shortage. It explores the implications of the theories today and how modern ideas counter limitations of the preceding ideas on the population-resource relationship.

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June 2017

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ISSN: 2399-9721

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