Central repository of the pre-5UE working papers

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Since the various pre-5UE working paper series will be released online from January  2015 on in various open source online publications or preprints, we will use this webpage as the central repository for all these working papers if the demands from the various governments and the UN arise.

  1. Back Of the Envelope Calculation (BOEC) Working Paper Series
  2. USL 1 or 0.x series: Guidelines
  3. Rule of Thumb Working Paper Series
  4. Upcoming papers

 

Its main target subjects will be macroeconomics – as the money tends to move the world – although we will focus on the various multidisciplinary subjects as the 5UEs literally means the Unified Education –> Economy –> Energy –> Environment –> Empowerment/Eqaulity (in the chronological order). Also these, the 5Es of these 5UEs have the corresponding top 5 global crises/challenges (largely due to the staggering financings required to resolve each one of them) that USL1 is designed to resolve them all in 10-25 years once the reform is complete: stagnating education + the transition to the complete Renewable Energy (Climate change issues share large intersections here) + environmental protections + Post-2015 (especially the issues of the (extreme) poverty).

 

USL 1 or 0.x series: Guidelines to the governments of cities, states, and nations for running USL 0.25 & USL 0.5 pilot studies in 2015 & develope the Social Enterprises together (Please click the DOWNLOAD to view each.)

  1. USL-5UEs-UGNSE 0.25, 0.5, 1.0 for the policy makers & shapers: the USL-5UE´s premises and their socio-economic and environmental snow ball effects for the governments and the United Nations (Draft 1)  (Jan 15, 2015)
  2. Why Should Governments Fund and Run the Usl Pilot Studies This Spring? (Draft1) (Jan 14, 2015)
  3. USL proposals to the governments of the South Asian and Sub-Saharan African countries, and the African Union (Draft 1) (Jan 13, 2015)
  4. Q&A to the State or National Governments (Of the Oecd, Eu, or G20 Countries) that Are Interested in Running the Usl1 or Usl0.x Pilot Studies (Jan 12, 2015)

 

USL

USL: Back Of the Envelope Calculation (BOEC) Working Paper Series

NOTE: This page will be updated very frequently.

In this USL BOEC (Back Of the Envelope Calculation) Working Paper series, the contents of later papers are built upon the result of the previous papers. So they run sequentially like a book from the chapter 1 to the chapter 10 plus. The readers, however, can start reading any paper directly because each paper starts with the summary of the earlier papers in the introduction section or elsewhere.

 

BOEC Working Papers for the USL x.x (Please click the DOWNLOAD to view each.)

BOEC Working Papers for the USL´s Principles & Mechanisms

  1. USL Paper Series 1: Back of the Envelope Calculations to Estimate the Usl1 Contributions to Resolve Four of the Most Critical Global Crises from the Economic or Budgetary Points of Views of Governments and the UN (Jan 09, 2015) (basically done, but need to collect references well)
  2. Top Pitch Points of Usl1 for the Social Causes (Jan 13, 2015)
  3. U Trio (USL-5UE-URF Trio) as a socio-economic-environmental karma system. Draft1 (Jan 16, 2015)

 

BOEC Working Papers for the USL1´s Economic impacts

 

BOEC Working Papers for the USL1´s Education (STEM) & Social impacts

  • UGNSE1: from the UN, national levels with URF1 down to the local levels with micro-financings (get writings from my Sunday writ.)
  • First USL1 proposals as UFA1: UPSPM1 & UBN1. USL1 proposals for the immediate needs
  • UGNSE 0.x for USL 0.x for STANDARD DEVIATION 1/4-1/2 Boosts. (for the partner states to run USL pilot studies together and build the Social Enterprise together as the national government will take much longer to embrace the USL1)

 

BOEC Working Papers for the USL1´s Environmental impacts

  • From USL1 to URF via the UN
  • How the USL1-induced URF (Unified Redustribution Funds) can resolve the top 5 global crises in Energy, Environment, Economy, Education, and Equality

 

Beyond USL 1.0

  • Backup plan: USL2
  • USL3 & the New Renaissance
  • Top 6-10 global crises
  • A book proposal

 

USL:

The basic Rule of Thumb Working Paper Series

  •  The USL-5UE highlight is summarized here: Top pitch points of USL1 for the social causes

 

The basic relationship between the math (or math/science) skill levels vs. the GDP growth rates per capita as exemplifed below by Professor Eric Hanushek was the one we made our HWU1 rule of thumb. In the following series, we will build our list to maximize the possibilities to collaborate with the various state or national governments and the UN.

PISA 25 Points gains vs. half % annual per capita GDP growth rate

PISA 25 Points gains vs. half % annual per capita GDP growth rate

 

Upcoming papers

The starting point is EDUCATION as it seems to be the most fundamental driving force for the human capital and our main focus will be the math education as its impacts on the economic growth rates seem to dominate everything else (according to the papers by Eric Hanushek & Ludger Woessmann as well as ours)

 

It goes without saying that all the following will be very relevant to all countries and their governments or international NGOs: from the African Union to the EU, from the least developed countries to G20.

  • Our series will start with a series of papers on the philosophy of science and try to establish a new paradigm of causality in multidisciplinary science, which are particularly designed to transform the dominant econometric practices to more natural science-like scientic methodologies instead of the current modes which seem to have too many negative impacts in economics and social sciences in general.
  • Before our papers on economics, we will start with some mathematics papers that implement our new causality analysis of the multidisciplinary science, particularly focusing on any form of growth phenomena, especially the economic growth.
  • In our pre-UE papers about the education economics, which are particularly relevant for the post-MDGs, EFA (Education For All) by UNESCO, and UNDP of the UN, we show that how much of economic growth factor relationships are between the effective math education – such as USL – vs. the average school attainments which are usually used as the key human capital factor.
  • In our pre-UE papers about the energy economics, which are particularly relevant for the SE4All and UNEP of the UN, we show that the energy is indeed a critical factor for the economic factor and how the depletions of the non-renewable energy and natural resources will impact the future of the current mode of the material-based economy.
  • In our pre-UE papers in environment economics, which are particularly relevant for the SDGs, UNEP of the UN, we will mathematically demonstrate how energy, resources, food chains, poverty, population growths are all intimately interconnected and how their rises in the future prices will impact the global economy and most of the governmental and UN operations heavily.
  • In our pre-UE papers in empowerments, we cover a bit of outside the aforementioned subjects, from ending poverty to employments.