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Linking the Master Monetary Economist to Development

west, has through networks of multinational corporations and mutual understandings established fairly secure control over international resources. However, with industrialisation, population growth and increased aspirations in developing countries, from time to time, this control can be threatened. This then gives rise to conflicts via client states or 'client groups' in these countries. The author of the article on human population states that with increases in population "rival competition will increase and income levels will fall unless the urban or industrial sectors are growing and drawing labour from the surplus sector" (page 169). The author sees mitigation of this problem in land distribution.

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