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Economia sintetica

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  • Luis Vildosola

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Theoretical study identifying one modality with conditions necesary for the financial stabilization of an inherently unstable system; and 5040 other unstable dynamic modes. It draws on knowledge made available by the academic field of Control Engineering.

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  • Luis Vildosola, 1998. "Economia sintetica," GE, Growth, Math methods 9805002, EconWPA.
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    1. Luis Vildosola, 2002. "Circular Variable Work In Process," Macroeconomics 0203004, EconWPA.

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    econo finan stability policy regulation engin control capital social monetary fiscal estabilidad politica regulacion ingenieria monetari;

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