Essential Economic Enquiries & Innovative Interoperable Answers

40 Pages Posted: 10 Oct 2006

Date Written: October 8, 2006


Can China's development approach be taken as a guide for highly populated nations? Wouldn't it be better if there was only one currency? What other nations you think, can have a common currency? Is there any social development for the individual or is there any economic development for the family (in the Government housing loan scheme)? Can a theory of foreign investment attraction/export oriented production with local labour, lead to ahigher economic level? In a country like Egypt, will educating all people will improve the living condition and reach a good development? Economically we are poor. Prices are going up every day. Employment opportunity is not there. Please tell us what to do? I have an engineering work shop in West Indies. What link I have with the economics of the society and the country? I read somewhere that a nobel prize in economic science was shared by 2 laureates, with contradictory theories. Can you locate and tell me when and on what theory? How to quantify the Socioeconomic Development goals, the Input Management Decisions and the Output Management Decisions? The entire village agricultural people educated themselves, gone out to work in the cities and abroad. What is your economic analysis on this situation and a solution for our living? - This provides the Answers.

Keywords: China, Development, Currency, Housing, Investment, Poverty, Industry, Nobel prize, Contradictory, Quantification, Socio economic, Management, Decision, Agriculture

JEL Classification: A13,B41,C02,D13,E42,F15,H31,I31,L16,N55,O13

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Subramaniam, Viswanatha Sankara Rama, Essential Economic Enquiries & Innovative Interoperable Answers (October 8, 2006). Available at SSRN: or

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