This only a discussion on Growth Theory. Take a stand and explain your side.
Although economists speak as if economic growth is necessarily a good thing, many question the sustainability and even the morality of ever increasing
economic growth. Certainly we can nod to the idea that
economic growth needs to keep up with population growth
to maintain our current standard of living. However,
does growth in excess of population growth increase
well-being? A way to consider this is whether you are
"happier," not whether you have more and better stuff,
than your great-grandparents were. Some argue "no" and
that excess growth might even be construed as
materialistic and immoral. Others argue that the pursuit
of growth is depleting the earth's scarce non-renewable
resources. I leave this issue in your capable hands.
Growth Theory is integrated in this solution.
Traditional versus Postmodern Theory of Urbanization
I am doing a paper on the emerging theory of postmodern urbanization and how this theory differs from the traditional urban theory. Can you briefly explain for me the traditional urban theory and the postmodern theory of urbanization? If possible, can you also attach an article on this topic? I need to draw on ten sources for this assignment. Thanks.View Full Posting Details