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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Mid-Week Reads - The Best of Politics, Economics, & Ideas




How China might look if the one-child policy were strictly enforced
If each woman had been allowed only one child since 1980, China’s population would have been 340m smaller than it was in 2010. If a strict one-child limit were in force for the rest of this century China’s population would shrink to less than 145m by 2100, 800m fewer than the UN projects in its central scenario.  Read more at the Economist.


Here is my collection of Mid-Week reads for you.
  • What if China annexes the Moon? (FP

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bharat sir,

I was a fan of yours while attending your MBA classes ( I was careful enough not to mention the insitute name :D ), but this blog is seriously awesome.