Understanding and modeling the macro-economic context supports the education of law-abiding citizens. Tax evasion is a serious problem and modeling large financial systems is very difficult because of the complicated and robust nature of such systems, and so far no quick and efficient simulation solution has been provided for their analysis.
The abstract thinking competency always will be necessary.
The solution relates to a simulation tool that can be used in education and in analysing real situations. In the prior art a simulation program is known, with the help of which the real analysis of the “household budget” can be realised.
The applied Goodwin model, sometimes called Goodwin’s class struggle model, is a model of endogenous economic fluctuations first proposed by the American economist Richard M. Goodwin in 1967. It combines aspects of the Harrod–Domar growth model with the Phillips curve to generate endogenous cycles in economic activity (output, unemployment, wages) unlike most modern macroeconomic models in which movements in economic aggregates are driven by exogenously assumed shocks. Since Goodwin’s publication in 1967 the model has been extended and applied in various ways.