My Theoretical Economic Formula: The Synchronized Growth and Stability Model (SGSM)

To support and enhance my Peace → Prosperity → Security (P→P→S) formula, I propose the Synchronized Growth and Stability Model (SGSM), a theoretical economic formula designed to operationalize and quantify the dynamics of P→P→S. The SGSM model integrates key economic indicators and policy variables to create a quantifiable framework for achieving sustainable growth, stability, and societal well-being.

SGSM Formula Structure:



  • SGSM: Synchronized Growth and Stability Model output
  • GDP_G: Gross Domestic Product Growth
  • EDI: Economic Diversification Index
  • RSI: Regional Stability Index
  • EPI: Environmental Protection Index
  • GCI: Global Cooperation Index

Component Explanation:

  1. GDP Growth (GDP_G):
  • Represents economic prosperity.
  • Measures the annual percentage increase in the value of goods and services produced by an economy.
  • Positive GDP growth reflects economic health, contributing to prosperity.
  1. Economic Diversification Index (EDI):
  • Indicates resilience and sustainability in economic growth.
  • A higher EDI suggests a varied economy not overly reliant on a single sector, reducing vulnerability to sector-specific downturns.
  1. Regional Stability Index (RSI):
  • Quantifies the level of peace and political stability in a region.
  • Includes factors like conflict frequency, political unrest, and diplomatic relations.
  • A high RSI score signifies a peaceful, stable environment conducive to economic activity.
  1. Environmental Protection Index (EPI):
  • Measures a country’s commitment to environmental regulations and sustainability practices.
  • High EPI scores indicate strong environmental stewardship, ensuring long-term resource availability and health, crucial for sustained prosperity.
  1. Global Cooperation Index (GCI):
  • Evaluates the extent and effectiveness of a country’s international collaborations.
  • Includes trade agreements, diplomatic ties, and participation in international organizations.
  • A high GCI reflects a country’s ability to secure beneficial partnerships, essential for global peace and security.

Operationalizing the SGSM:

  • Data Collection and Analysis: Gather and analyze data for each SGSM component. Use international databases and national statistics to ensure accuracy and comprehensiveness.
  • Policy Integration: Design policies that positively influence each SGSM component. For instance, encourage innovation and diversification to boost EDI, or invest in renewable energy to improve the EPI.
  • Regular Monitoring and Adjustment: Continuously monitor SGSM outcomes and adjust policies as needed to maintain or improve performance.
  • Global Application and Adaptation: Adapt the SGSM to different countries and regions, considering unique socio-economic contexts for global applicability.

The SGSM provides a structured, measurable approach to realizing the objectives of the P→P→S formula. By focusing on diversified economic growth, regional stability, environmental protection, and global cooperation, the SGSM aligns economic policies with broader societal goals.

This model offers a practical tool for candidates, policymakers and economists to, someday I hope, to achieve balanced, sustainable development, reinforcing the synergy between peace, prosperity, and security.