# Timeline of USL-URF series vs. the national GDP per capita growths and the reduction of the global inequity

The economic projections with **the basic rules of thumb of URF benefits**:

**Quick summary**

Roughly, with the linear relationship more or less, 2 years of urf math will increase the surplus 2x-4x of the GDP increase of the developed world, up to about surplus 10x of the least developed world, averaging about 5x surplus boosts.

**Table 1: ****A map of the global GDP per capita gap (2013)**

**Countries by 2013 GDP (nominal) per capita**.^{[1]}

**Source of image:** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_GDP_(nominal)_per_capita

So, **the breakdown of URF boost of the national GDP per capital **is as follows.

The following is based on the economic projections over the next 10-15 years after linearized over the next 50-70 years:

**Table 2:**

**Economic growth of URF member countries with the each release of USL-URF math series**

# of years in math education advancements by USL |
Economic growths of Developed countries after pay URF membershio before paying URF contributions |
Economic growths of Developed countries after pay URF contributions of 20-30% (with their often stagnating economy) |
Economic growths of each country (Developing poorest countries with the currently rising economy) |
Average Economic growths |
Average gains when annualized linearly (in %) |

2 years | 3-6 times | 2-4 times | 10 times | 5 times | 10 |

4 years | 5-12 times | 4-8 times | 20 times | 10 times | 20 |

6 years | 9-16 times | 6-12 times | 30 | 15 times | 30 |

8 years | 11-24 times | 8-16 times | 40 times | 20 times | 40 |

10 years | 14-30 times | 10-20 times | 50 times | 25 times | 50 |

So, the surplus growth rates between the richest and the poorest countries will be **roughly 1: 4-5 in** each stage.

So during the 3 stages of URF-USL operations:

**Table 3: This is a bit faster version of the progress than the Table 4 that we are aiming for more.**

The levels of the economic gaps (Inequity) |
The current economic gap between the richest countries vs. the poorest |
After the first URF series (which may operate for 3-5 years) |
After the second URF series (which may operate for 3-5 years) |
After the third URF series (which may operate for 3-5 years) |

Times of differences |
100-500 times | 50-80 times | 10-40 times | 2-8 times |

Average changes |
250 times | 60 times | 20 times | 5 times |

Corresponding USL-URF math packages for this |
No USL, No URF currently | USL-URF part 1 (advancing 2 out of the 4 first grades of math in primary schools) | USL-URF part 2 (advancing 4 out of 6 grades of math in primary schools) | USL-URF part 3 (advancing 5 out of 6 grades of math in primary schools & 1 year out of the 3 middle schools) |

How this happen? |
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Examples |
Norway, Switzerland, etc, vs. the 10 poorest sub-Saharan African countries | No longer GDP per capita less than $1,000 per year. | No longer GDP per capita less than $3,000 per year. | The poorest countries may reach at least $12,000 annually |

**Table 4: this is a bit slower and practical version than Table 3.**

There can be various scenarios where URF can operate over the next 10-15 years, but the following is **one of the possible timelines of URF reducing the global inequity very rapidly**. These are relatively conservative estimations.

The following is only a rough estimation as there will be various fluctuations of the GDP per capita growths.

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