Overpopulation puts a strain on resources and affects every facet of your life from the cost of buying a pair of shoes to the variety of vegetables available at the grocery store. When the population in high this article talks about increase in jobs and all of the obvious effects as well as how the control it, the competative aspect and what overpopulation causes.
This post explores the relationship between population growth and economic development a relationship that appears to have changed over time. It brings up how population would decrease the standar of living. It talks about how bigger family affects investment. Also with many more negatives.
This article has 14 negatives about population growth in a country, it has some small effects and huge effects. Big ones include standard of living to enviromental issues. These are all reasons on why higher populations are a disatvantage for the economy but will they counter the positives?
Patrick Schwerdtfeger talks about how in the United States, they are alwasy growing and considering in US 71% of GDP is consumer spending the increase of people will cause GDP to obviously increase, becuase everyone needs even the basic, clothing, shelter, water. However he talks about 3rd world country populations tripling, but obviously the amount each person spends is dependant on the standard of living and since it is low it wont make any impact.
The German population grew by 600,000 people in 2015, which caused GDP to increase 1.5% the population of Germany keeps growing and so is its GDP. This is caused because, more people means more consumers, more food sold, more diapers sold and more car and house sales.