Model for Evaluating Social Factors in National and International Government Policies.
AbstractThis model analyses social using laws of thermodynamics to make the study of social systems more accurate given that laws of physical sciences are more precise than those of social sciences. It identifies social factors that determine the social stability of a country and how this affects economic performance. It quantifies these factors so that they can be measured, and suggests how that can be controlled to achieve better economic performance and organise society so that it is peaceful and stable. The model could be used as a tool by global investors, policy making at national and international levels and world peace.
African Journal of Finance and Management Vol.7(1) 1998: 69-87