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Figure 2.3 Non-linearities and discontinuities in dose-response relationships Magnitude of response to a variable of interest 0 Dose applied per period Figure 2.6 The theory of demographic transition Annual birth- and death-rates Birth rate Death rate 0 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4

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Figure 2.3 Non-linearities and discontinuities in dose-response relationships

Magnitude of response to a variable of interest

0

Dose applied per period

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Figure 2.6 The theory of demographic transition

Annual birth- and death-rates

Birth rate

Death rate

0

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Stage 4

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Figure 2.7 The microeconomics of fertility

£

Price of children

MC

P*

MB

0

Number of children in family unit

CH*

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(a) e

e = y

y

(b) e

e = 0y - 1y2

y

Figure 2.8 Environmental impact and income

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Figure 2.11 Two possible shapes of the environmental Kuznets curve in the very long-run

Environmental impact per income unit

k

b

a

0

Y2

Y1

Y*

Income

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Case (a): Impact/Y  0 as t  

Environmental Impact

Time, t

Environmental Impact

Case (b): Impact/Y  k as t  

Time, t

Figure 2.12 Two scenarios for the time profile of environmental impacts

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