Is it Necessary to Control Population?
Population is the number of people living in an economy or nation. They have been regarded as a threat to the world. It is not because the leaders of all or most of the nations are ‘Pharaohs’. In fact, world’s resources are scarce enough to satisfy or establish the growing population. Having less population would reduce the risks of the world’s destruction.
Studies suggest that in developed nations each or most individuals desire to give birth to few children; at most two. However, in underdeveloped nations, it is the opposite. The reason is that these underdeveloped countries are heavily dependent on primary industries. Since, they have lack of funds, most of them are labour-intensive industries. On the other hand, villagers have belief; they believe that God or nature gives everyone food and drink equally. So they reproduce more children, to serve as a source of income. Hence, we mostly find child labour in Primary as well as Secondary industries. Being uneducated, these beliefs are enhanced by their heirs. While educated people know that there are other sources of earning. Furthermore, they know that increasing population is a threat to their country. Therefore, they do not intend to increase the number of their children.
If population is controlled by respective governments of all nations, the running out of resources would slow down. There will be more resources in the nation than the populated economy. Bulk selling in businesses would cause the stock to be sold at lower prices. Expenditures per head would be reduced, and savings would be increased and the government will have enough funds to spend more in the betterment of public sector service. How would that be possible? Well, in underdeveloped nations the government has to spend more to establish the increasing population. With less population these expenses would be savings or surplus to the governments. As a result, the economy will be in a boom. And so...