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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 2 / 2010 (543)

A Historical Approach of the Population Role in the Economic Development (Ancient period – the nineteenth century)

Mirela Ionela ACELEANU
The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Abstract. The population is the general premise of existence, of dynamics and of structure working factor. In this paper, the population is considered, first, as a support of primary production and creative factor – work which is the recipient and consumer of the results of any economic activity, and on the other hand, the basic relationship between the ultimate goal of production and the means used to achieve it. There are presented interrelationship between demographic and socioeconomic processes, since antiquity until the nineteenth century.

Keywords: demography; the population – background of the work as main production factor; the population – final purpose of any economic activity; work; economic development.

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