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Socio-Cybernetic Reference Memo 16.XI 16

Socio-Cybernetic Knowledge Based Reference Memo 16.XI 16

Toomse, Rene (2015) Defending Estonia in peace and war. Retaining a small state near aggressive neighbor by utilizing unconventional strategies; (supervisor: Jyrki Käkönen); School of Governance, Law and Society, Tallinn University, Tallinn: 245lk:


http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economic-sciences/laureates/2007/advanced.html  (NB: War risks)

 Thorsten Janus, Daniel Riera-Crichton (2015) Economic shocks, civil war and ethnicity. – Journal of Development Economics 115 32–44 (NB: Absolutely actual for Baltic-Countries).

White Book (2005): The White Book: Losses Inflicted on the Estonian Nation by Occupation Regimes 1940–1991”(2005) State Committee on the Investigation into Repression Policy of Occupation, Tallinn: Estonian Encyclopaedia Publishers: 171:




(NB:  In the beginning of 1944 the civilian population has been almost entirely Estonians – and after the Stalinist occupation in Summer 1944 – had generally no official allowance to return to North-Eastern Narva region – by now completely Russificated to destroy Estonian National Sustainability in this region).

Wikipedia (2016): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_language_in_post-Soviet_states https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_language_in_post-Soviet_states

 Le, Quan Vu; Paul J. Zak (2016) „Political risk and capital flight“ – Journal of International Money and Finance 25 (2006) 308-329 (NB: Political risks cause capital flights – especially human and financial – and especially by Kremlin predatory foreign policy towards Near Abroad Countries).

Diamond, Peter, Emmanuel Saez (AUGUST 2011) The Case for a Progressive Tax: From Basic Research to Policy Recommendations. CESIFO WORKING PAPER NO. 3548 CATEGORY 1: PUBLIC FINANCE: http://elsa.berkeley.edu/~saez/diamond-saezJEP11opttax.pdf (NB: Obscurant and predatory regressive Tax Policies cause national macroeconomic decay)

Djankov, Simeon; Elena Nikolova, Jan Zilinsky (2016) „The happiness gap in Eastern Europe“  – Journal of Comparative Economics, … (In Print). (NB: Obscurant Inequality Policies cause happiness gaps in Eastern Europe)

 DOSI, GIOVANNI and LUIGI MARENGO (2015) „The dynamics of organizational structures and performances under diverging distributions of knowledge and different power structures“ – Journal of Institutional Economics, 11, pp 535-559:  http://journals.cambridge.org/JOI, IP address: on 10 Jun 2016.

http://www.eestipank.ee/publikatsioon/maksebilansi-aastaraamat/2015/maksebilansi-aastaraamat-2015 (NB: national net lending to foreign countries anomaly high –

above eur1 bn in 2015).


http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/sdi/indicators (NB: more than many dozens of aggregated macro indicators per member county considered as significant existentially – especially genuine converging indicators.


http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/news/news-releases (15.XI 16; NB: Estonian Convergence Stability Probability fragmentally from the GDP p.c  development prospective has probably in 2016 declined 5 percentage points or so on the bases of Eurostat fresh data):

Q3 2016 EU/28 €[ΔGDP p.c 0,5 (26,5×0,018)- EE 0,2 (13,3×0,01,6) = 0,3 :: 26,5-13,3=13,2 (2015) – 27,0-13,4=16,6 (2016)]th :: Prob. of Prospective Sustainabilty Stability EE/EU in 2016<2015 (diverging and towards dawn risks increasing substantially caused by Kremlin aggressiveness inactivating since 2014).


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