Category Archives: Linking Performance to Activity

Understanding GDP: Expenditure Method & Value Stream Networks

As promised, a while back, here is a continuation of my journey on understanding GDP, for the purpose of link economic outcomes to system behaviour. In this blog I’ll look at the expenditure method (GDP(E). I’ve skipped over the income method for the moment, … Continue reading

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Just a Minute !

IDEA: Wouldn’t it be useful if all boardroom agenda items were only allowed to last one minute, conducted without repetition, deviation, hesitation and the other thing.

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Link to: Macroeconomics from the Bottom Up

Interesting piece of work proposed on agent level modelling of the economy. No surprise this comes from a physics and systems dynamics guy. See link: http://ineteconomics.org/video/30-ways-be-economist/doyne-farmer-macroeconomics-bottom Interesting one to watch. Here is my posted comment: I’m surprised no-one has had … Continue reading

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New ONS Website – First View

Oh dear. Not impressed. It seems to have added nothing of substance to the previous website, and on first inspection, there are elements missing e.g. lack of trended data in the summaries of economic data – did they think I … Continue reading

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