Modelling unployment deep causes

Publié le par mayilou brialy

Earlier in history men manifested the desire to change the initial state of things that surround them. This activity came to be described as a work. Indeed, since Nature left to itself tends to entropy, there is an imperative and a perpetual need that its initial state be transformed by men. Based on this assumption, it is clear that unemployment is against nature. It turns out that a minority of men detains the means of production and has begun to dictate his law since the advent of capitalism (and perhaps even before). It is precisely this situation that made that must now be tacit permission to transform nature (unless you have your own "land" and practicing the virtuous activity promoted by the physiocrats). Thus, someone can without a doubt says that unemployment is due to the man himself ... If every human being had at his disposal the means of production suited to its needs, there would have no starvation in this system which would seek to dismiss fathers to preserve the remuneration of  capital.
So I asked myself recently if it was not possible to build what could be called "the law of the intrinsity work to the nature" (I mean "paid work" of course) .The neologism "intrinsicity" may appear strange because it’s not in the dictionnary. As you can notice, I derived this word from the adjective "intrinsic" (Latin intrinsecus) that evokes the natural fact that something is inside another or linked to another. The intrinsicity of labor is therefore a relative notion that wants a job to be intimately linked to something and that as long as this thing exists, work is so. We could therefore say in simple terms: "Work is intrinsic to the good progress of nature". Without labor of men (and even by extension animals one), the world would be like the surface of the moon ...
Let us now turn to what might seem simplistic but profound:

We can get a finished product with a market value by combining a work to the initial state of the thing that serves as work object.
This could be modeled as follows:  X is the initial state of the thing to be transformed and Y the kind of work it takes to get to a final state; Z this final state (or finished), we can form the following equation: X + Y = Z (1). However, the work to be performed and the work object are "egalitarian" concepts. I mean, work cannot be compared to the object of work in terms of priority. To have the final state, there is no primacy of X over Y. Both are important to the same degree to have Z. So, we can therefore put: X = Y which implies:

X + Y = 2Y = Z

Therefore, the final state obtained after work is a "parity" concept. I mean, Z is actually an even number. In order for this to be the case, the following conditions must be met:


X and Y are even; or
- X and Y are odd (since the sum of two odd numbers always gives an even number).
Let us now assume that X and Y are odd and assign to them successive values. We will have:
For X = Y = 1; Z = 2;
For the rest:

3 + 3 = 6
5 + 5 = 10
7 + 7 = 14
9 + 9 = 18
11 + 11 = 22
13 + 13 = 26
...........
1 333 333 + 1333 333 = 2 666 666
1 333 335 + 1 333 335 = 2 666 670
............
We have then a sequence of general term: Zn-Zn-1 = 4; Therefore: Zn = Zn-1 + 4. The succession of labor would therefore be in reality an arithmetic sequence of reason 4 when X and Y are odd and equal. The difference 4 in the relation Zn-Zn-1 is not a mystery. Indeed, the difference between two successive odd numbers always gives 2, so the difference of their double gives naturally 4.


Ultimately, there is unemployment when X and Y do not meet (while their encounter would be quite natural). And unemployment requires that Z be decreased by Y as follows: Z '= Z - Y (2) (Z' is the unemployment variable). Using equations (1) and (2), we have the following system of equations:

X + Y = Z

Z - Y = Z

Therefore Z + Z '= Z + X. or simply: Z '= X (3). We can therefore assume that unemployment is simply synonymous with the initial state of things. Thus, starting from the assumption that X and Y are odd, we deduce that Z 'is also odd.

Why all this? Simply we all know that parity is the symbol of justice and therefore the lack of parity the symbol of injustice. If Z 'is odd and Z is even, it simply means that the result of paid work is the product of justice and that unemployment results from injustice underwent by the one who is willing to sell his strength of work. Thus, all we have just demonstrated simply that unemployment (the result of a restructuring plan, relocation or a decline in activity) is the result of  injustice. In addition, the whole world is still full of enormous resources that are far from being exhausted and shared by only a handful of men.

In conclusion, we had long known that unemployment really found its cause in human injustice, but this little demonstration, as playful as it might seem; Confirms this.

However, the same hypothesis can be explored further by including other parameters such as inflation rate, wage costs, etc.

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