The Macroeconomic Black Holes
This paper proposes a theoretical framework of the Macroeconomic black holes. The idea is to observe “HOW” the macroeconomic black holes can generate less economic growth according to this paper. The same paper proposes the multi-dimensional graphical modeling and a basic mathematical modeling framework to analyze the impact of the macroeconomic black holes into the economy of any country. This paper proposes to join the black hole theory by Wheeler (1962) and Megasverse by Ruiz Estrada (2008) modeling concept.
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- Ruiz Estrada, M.A., 2008. "Demand and Supply Surfaces," MPRA Paper 40566, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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