The Environment, Biodiversity and Asian Development

Growth of production in the major South Asian economies has been relatively rapid since 1980 and has accelerated compared to the 1970s. While this growth has been less rapid than that of major low-income East Asian economies, the difference in growth rates between these areas may have been exaggerated in popular discussions describing the East Asian ‘economic miracle’ (Chakravarty, 1990). However, faster population growth in most South Asian economies than in most East Asian economies has meant that per capita incomes in the former have grown at a much slower rate than in the latter. Some East Asian economies have completed demographic transition or are well on the way to doing so, even though there are notable exceptions such as the Philippines (Ogawa and Tsuya, 1993). Table 1 provides some supporting comparative data on growth of production and population in selected South and East Asian economies.


Issue Date:
1995-09
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
DOI and Other Identifiers:
ISSN: 1321-6619 (Other)
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/153504
Total Pages:
31
JEL Codes:
Q57
Series Statement:
Biodiversity Conservation: Studies in its Economics and Management, Mainly in Yunnan, China
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