15 One-sector macrosystem demoeconomic model (MSDEM)

The interaction between population and an economy is studied under the following assumption. Economic rationality guides the behavior of individuals; a quantitative measure of economic rationality lies in income index. Modeling of the latter is performed within a one-sector spatially distributed economy. Notably, one considers the macrosystem demoeconomic model, supposing that its parameters can be somehow defined. Admissible modes and corresponding parameter domains are extensively used.

15.1 Structure and basic variables of the model

According to the general macrosystems concept of demoeconomics, consider a closed society with population localized on a territory L (see Figure 15.1). At ...

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