JSS  Vol.2 No.4 , April 2014
The New Form of Mixed Economy with Rationing: Agent-Based Approach
ABSTRACT
In the paper, we explore the rationing as a way to implement a variety of incentives for people’s activity. We assume that the population is divided into six social clusters with different incentives to work. The first social cluster (business oriented people) has standard incentive: getting profit. Other clusters’ members (state and military servants, scientists, art workers, priests, etc.) try to lift on the social stairs, getting higher rank. Having a position of a certain rank, a person obtains the possibility to consume goods according to fixed norms.

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Makarov, V. and Bakhtizin, A. (2014) The New Form of Mixed Economy with Rationing: Agent-Based Approach. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 191-196. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.24019.
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