Malthusian Law Of Population

Malthusian Law Of Population,

Definition of Malthusian Law Of Population:

  1. A theory proposed in 1798 by English economist Thomas Malthus. The theory states that population would grow at a geometric rate while the food supply grows at an arithmetic rate. The theory has been seen as flawed because of the limited factors observed when he developed the Law. It does not include factors, such as technology, disease, poverty, international conflict and natural disasters.

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