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The Circulation of Currency in the Macro-economy (Closed System)

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This model of the macroeconomy (closed social system) is as comprehensive as possible without it being too complicated (according to Prof. Einstein's dictum for providing in an explanation as much simplification, but not too much). In the past the tradition of 2 and 3 sector models (householder/producer etc.) were oversimplified. In this model there are 6 "entities" all of which play vital roles in the complete system. Their 19 individual roles or functions can be seen when the various flows of... More
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Date Added to MERLOT: November 21, 2011
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 13, 2015
Submitter: David Chester
Keywords: social-system, Government, Capitalist, Money, Bank (Finance-Institution)., House-Holder, Circulation, Macroeconomics, Producer, Landlord, flow-diagram

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Technical Requirements: The image is a diagram which is in pdf format. It is useful for providing explanations about how our social system works.
Language: English
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