Accounting for Differences in Quality of Arbeit (Pt. II of II)

Alright, it looks like I figured out the complication that I had cited earlier today. Just as I had anticipated, minor changes in the Quality of Arbeit (QW) are not discernible at the Economic Sector and Industry levels of the VCS Economy. The reverse also tends to happen at the Vocation and Profession levels, where those same changes in the Quality of Arbeit are not discernible. In essence, it is difficult for anyone to ascertain the precise extent to which the “Final Quality of Arbeit” (FQW) value is being altered without evaluating them from the Enterprise level, the Schwerpunkt between the lower and upper ranks. That is also where everything reaches critical mass in terms of Arbeit and Geld, so any changes to the FQW have to be evaluated at each State Enterprise within the VCS Economy.

This is not at all a complication for Command-Obedience Account Bookkeeping, rather it is a validation of why I originally did the math in a specific manner upon finding the QW values for every Vocation and Profession. The basic accounting work done by Accountants at the behest of their superior Economic Planners primarily begins as an internal matter. Once the financial data is found among the Vocations and Professions, the QWs of each Enterprise becomes available. Combine the QWs of every Enterprise within a given Industry, then proceed to repeat the same operation for every Industry under all of the five Economic Sectors. The final sum should be the FQW value for the VCS Economy.

The rest is straightforward. The FQW value is expected to be smaller than the Final Quality of Geld (FQM) value since the Attrition/Inaction Rate is affixed to Arbeit instead of Geld. Attrition only accumulates if the FQW is greater than the FQM value. Therefore, once we have the FQWs for the SSE, VCS Economy, Reciprocal-Reserve Banking System, Council State and National Intranet, the TEP and TFP values will also be obtained as well as the RTEP and RTFP values by extension.

As part of the Second Edition revisions and edits intended for Section Eight, my goal is to go over the math, figure out what statements should be kept and what should be removed. Due to the fact that Section Eight comprises the largest portion of the SMP Compendium, do not be surprised if I do not update this Blog as often as I should. The Entries towards the end of Section Eight are longer than the first half of Section Eight, so I am going to work on the first half of Section Eight and then proceed to complete the other half.

The question on my mind at the moment is whether it is possible for me to have everything done before the end of this month. I am still convinced that I can meet the March deadline that I have made for myself. Unlike the rest of the Compendium, Section Eight does not require diagrams and charts to explain its Entries because everything in Section Eight is essentially demonstrating how the Work-Standard operates mathematically as part of the need for its own version of Accounting.

One final mention. I will not be posting anything tomorrow, February 13, because I will be taking care of personal matters and working on the revisions and edits of Section Eight. If I have time, I will post another update for the Blog.



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