Video: Professor Paul Novosad on Peak-Population Forecasts

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The economist discusses a recent study that sheds new light on the future global population.


A recent study predicts that global population growth may be slower than previous estimations suggest, forecasting a peak in 2064 and then a fall to 8.8 billion by 2100. Paul Novosad, an assistant professor of economics, discusses the new research and its implications for fertility rates, migration, and resources.

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