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Macrocompassion
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Postby Macrocompassion » Tue Feb 26, 2019 6:26 am

About Me:MACROCOMPASSION is a retired engineer with an interest in general macroeconomics and particularly in Henery George's 1879 Theories for the Single Tax. The present writer claims that the subject of macroeconomics has been badly explained in the past. It is not in the interest of the cooperations which support the universities, to reverse this situation. He has written a book which develops a logical and sensible new scientific theory of macroeconomics from scratch. Unlike so many others, this new theory formally includes the 3 Smithian factors of production: Land, Labour and Capital, so as to properly represent the whole social system. The method includes a block-and-flow diagram, which, in system-analysis terms, covers the complete idealized and aggregated system. Using this diagram it is possible to remodel the system previously proposed by Hicks (using Keynesian concepts and Knight’s diagrammatic method) so as to cover any and every possible influence on the 19 variables flowing between the 6 entities assumed to apply in this model (see Google Images: DiagFuncMacroSyst,pdf ).

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Re: hOWDO

Postby FishbellykanakaDude » Wed Feb 27, 2019 7:28 pm

Macrocompassion wrote:About Me:MACROCOMPASSION is a retired engineer with an interest in general macroeconomics and particularly in Henery George's 1879 Theories for the Single Tax. The present writer claims that the subject of macroeconomics has been badly explained in the past. It is not in the interest of the cooperations which support the universities, to reverse this situation. He has written a book which develops a logical and sensible new scientific theory of macroeconomics from scratch. Unlike so many others, this new theory formally includes the 3 Smithian factors of production: Land, Labour and Capital, so as to properly represent the whole social system. The method includes a block-and-flow diagram, which, in system-analysis terms, covers the complete idealized and aggregated system. Using this diagram it is possible to remodel the system previously proposed by Hicks (using Keynesian concepts and Knight’s diagrammatic method) so as to cover any and every possible influence on the 19 variables flowing between the 6 entities assumed to apply in this model (see Google Images: DiagFuncMacroSyst,pdf ).


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Re: hOWDO

Postby John » Thu Feb 28, 2019 1:09 pm

Macrocompassion wrote:> About Me:MACROCOMPASSION is a retired engineer with an interest in
> general macroeconomics and particularly in Henery George's 1879
> Theories for the Single Tax. The present writer claims that the
> subject of macroeconomics has been badly explained in the past. It
> is not in the interest of the cooperations which support the
> universities, to reverse this situation. He has written a book
> which develops a logical and sensible new scientific theory of
> macroeconomics from scratch. Unlike so many others, this new
> theory formally includes the 3 Smithian factors of production:
> Land, Labour and Capital, so as to properly represent the whole
> social system. The method includes a block-and-flow diagram,
> which, in system-analysis terms, covers the complete idealized and
> aggregated system. Using this diagram it is possible to remodel
> the system previously proposed by Hicks (using Keynesian concepts
> and Knight’s diagrammatic method) so as to cover any and every
> possible influence on the 19 variables flowing between the 6
> entities assumed to apply in this model (see Google Images:
> DiagFuncMacroSyst,pdf ).


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