K-Periodicity, Space-Time Structures and World Economics
Stephen Ternyik ()
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The space-time structure of monetary production economies behaves by the macro- and microscopic duality of long-term and short-term wave functions via helical growth. As the global financial crisis deepens, a methodical quantum leap towards world economic science is already in the scientific making, researching into the meta-cyclical patterns of human economic behavior. Although the monetary wave function and the banking systems structure are at the behavioral core of this quantum economic science, it is at the same time decisive to pushing methodical economic thought forward into models of curved space-time. A more exact and innovative reading of the time value of money and the temporal structure of production is needed for such a futuristic approach.
Keywords: monetary production; meta-cyclical pattern; economic behavior; monetary wave (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A1 E N1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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