1- SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC REVOLUTION Undoubtedly, the area that reflects, in the most drastic way, the quickness of changes that occurred in the course of the twentieth century is that of demography, particularly the growth of the human population. From the beginning of humanity to the early twentieth century, thanks to the significant demographic work this growth was restructured. Very slow in the Paleolithic when humanity was essentially amassers- hunters – fishermen, the demographic growth (of the world population) occurred (happened) under auspicious (more favorable) terms to the Neolithic with the agriculture and the first cities (settlement)'s advent. Yet, human societies are still very vulnerable to disease and unfriendly natural environment.
luence of Culture and a Strong Sense of Nationalism in the Early Twentieth Century Developments that occurred in the early 20th century deeply impacted the formation of the United States. A strong sense of national identity and unity emerged over this time period. Advancements in technology dramatically improved the American lifestyle. The melting pot in the country blossomed through the influx of immigrants especially in the 1900’s. However, the economy suffered a significant downfall that devastated the lives of countless people.
Five macroeconomic objectives and definitions 1. Economic growth -an increase in the standard living of the people and an increase in the market value of the production of goods and services produced over time. -“an increase in economic goods and service”. (Eloff, M. Nel, D. Van Zyl, M. Clever Economics) How can it be measured? in the economy there are many methods that are used by economists to measure how fast the economy is growing the most common one is the REAL GDP(GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCTS).GDP can be measured into three different ways of which are • Quarterly growth at annual rate • The fourth quarter or year over year growth rate • The annual average growth rate Formula GDP1 – GDP2 Economic growth = GDP1 CURRENT MEASUREMENTS/LEVELS • REAL GDP is the current measurement 2.
Their expected revenue is about $600,000 in their maiden quarter. With a margin of $105/shoe the total will be $210,000 by selling 2000 pieces. The profit is within this margin of $105, which they expect to be around 20-25% initially which comes out to be $40,000 to $45,000. ] 2. Projected Budgets, schedules and responsibility With the given budget of $30,000 they plan to launch their shoe.
According to Coale (cited by Ehrlich and Lui, 1997), England 's population doubled in the two centuries before the Industrial Revolution which yielded an average rate increase of 0.35 percent. There was an unprecedented population growth in the European history during the last decades of the 18th century but it began to decrease during the 1800, this reduction was brought by decreases in the national birth rates that occurred in France and the United States (Ehrlich and Lui,
The European demography experienced its most significant transformation between the 18th and 19th century which can be illustrated using the Demographic Transition Model (DTM) . This model correlates to a country’s development: as it moves from a pre-industrialised to an industrialised system, the population growth rate moves from high birth and mortality rates to low birth and mortality rates. 1700 to 1900 Europe saw three phases of this model – the pre-industrialized phase saw high birth rates and high mortality rates due to high fertility and spread of epidemics. The first stage of the DTM can further be elucidated by the Malthusian theory. According to the Malthusian theory, population increased geometrically while food production grew
Question 1- Population 1. Population Growth Population growth is “an increase in the number of people that reside in a country, state, county, or city” (BusinessDictionary.com, n.d.). As of 2015, the world’s population is estimated at 7.3 billion and will continue to grow. The UN estimates that by 2050, the population will grow to 9.7 billion and by 2100, 11.2 billion people will have to cram together on the face of this Earth (Becker, 2015). Natural increase occurs when the birth rate exceeds death rate and usually accounts for population growth.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the world population was about one billion in 1800, doubled to two billion in 1930, doubled again to four billion in 1975, and reached six billion people in 2000. World population is expected to be nine billion by the year 2050. The challenge to satisfy human needs and wants still exists. The marjoram has great economic value. It is grow in tropical areas.
Combining increased life expectancy and low infant mortality, the human population has increased from 2 billion people at the beginning of the 1900s, to over 6 billion people today and this number is projected to reach 10 billion by the end of 20602. With more people comes a need for more energy. The average person uses 15000 pounds of coal on average. Assuming that the average amount of coal consumption does not change, we will need an estimated 60,000,000,000,000 pounds of additional coal by 2060. Besides
Direct Contribution of travel & tourism to world GDP (4) As we see from 2004 to 2013 there is a major GDP contribution from tourism sector for an economy point of view which was rises from 1800USDbn to 2000USDbn from the year 2004 to 2013,which will increased to 3400USDbn by 2024 as shown in graph. According to forecast of world travel & tourism council, there is a rise by 4.2% pa to USD10, 965.1bn by 2024 (10.3% of