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A mathematical model that could explain the social dynamics in a country

Abstract : The present work presents a mathematical model that allows one to describe the social inequality of a population over time. In order to do that, the population of a nation or a region is divided into two different social groups that are labeled as Poor and Non-Poor where the social groups do not interact with each other. We later tested a second model where the Non-Poor people help the Poor people without any economic retribution. Both models appear to be stable over time. We tested both models with the data provided by the National Statistics Institute of Venezuela from 2005 to 2013.
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Raúl Isea, Karl-E Lonngren. A mathematical model that could explain the social dynamics in a country. Ciencia en Revolución, Centro Nacional de Tecnología Química (CNTQ), 2020, 6 (17), pp.22-26. ⟨hal-03519511⟩



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