Socio-Economic Development: Mathematical Models by Dr. Vsrs

ATIJARAH, Journal of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry, UAE, 2000-2002

16 Pages Posted: 1 Jan 2006  

Viswanatha Sankara Rama Subramaniam

Intellectual Consultants


The current population in the World has grown beyond the Break-even level of the food supplies, water, clothing and shelter. Techno-commercial systems are also within the utility of developed nations, but beyond the infrastructure and mental orientation of the Developing and Under Developed nations. Intangible factors are fast changing beyond the predictions, with devastating impact on the development activities. So, there is no synchronisation between all these !! How to mend this situation, and lead the nations to sustain and progress further ?? The Research and Development by the author has come out with 2 practical solutions. Algebraic approach with a broad based Productivity Model and Management Decision integrated with Intangible aspects and tuned to the new Productivity. A Geometric model linking the Domestic Savings with investments and Domestic Technology with Manpower in concentric circles and Upgrading their dimensions. This is supported by the experience of 33 nations, proved as superior to all the existing development models with positive reader feed back.

Keywords: Algebra, Decision, Developed, Developing, Domestic, Domer, Endogenous, Exogenous, Geometry, Harrod, Input, Intangible, International, Investment, Lewis, Management, Manpower, Model, Output, Prebish, Productivity, Rate of return, Rostow, savings, Singer, Social, Structural,Supply,Tangible,Technology

JEL Classification: A13,B41,C51,C52,C67,D78,D84,F43,M21,M33,O11,P27

Suggested Citation

Subramaniam, Viswanatha Sankara Rama, Socio-Economic Development: Mathematical Models by Dr. Vsrs. ATIJARAH, Journal of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry, UAE, 2000-2002. Available at SSRN:

Viswanatha Sankara Rama Subramaniam (Contact Author)

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Tirunelveli District
Tamil Nadu


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