Research ideas under development
Layers , temporal scalability in political procedures and efficiency of governments conduction and social performance .
Comments: In this study we analyze, the system of procedures of variations of democratic systems, in respect to level-wise realization of population scales and temporal scales of political will. For example we compare the democracies that use two or more "houses" of representatives (two part parliament or parliament and senate etc) with democracies that use only one "house". We discriminate between organization levels of the population (e.g. the German Federal and Land levels or the American State level and US-level) and temporal scalability. (US , Canadian, French, UK, and Australian Senates, have longer renewal time interval than their parliaments). We support in this study that political will should be chosen in two or more time scales and corresponding "houses" for better results. E.g. for long-term political goals a larger "House" update every 22-24-years or multiples of 11-12. For mid-term political will a smaller "house" updated every 4-6 years (as it is the usual) and for short-term decisions an even smaller group that its goals are updated and checked every 4-6 months with the help of the Internet and new methods and technology of informatics. We suggest a computer qualitative and quantitative simulation method to prove the advantages in the efficiency of such a procedural system. The simulation proves that a long term plan , and in particular e.g. its budget, is conducted with higher fidelity relative to deviations and corrective adjustments, when it is controlled by all the three "houses", in the three time scales, than when controlled, by only the mid-scale house (traditional parliament). In the same context we discuss, alternatives where all elected parties are represented in the government versus patterns where only the first elected party makes the government. The choice of the periods of 22-24 years, is parallel with the observed large macroeconomic cycles and fertility cycles of biosphere, and the choice of seasonal periods 4-6 months is again in parallel with the seasonality of social activities which is parallel with the seasonality of nature. Examples of powerful nations that do not have the two time scale structure of two "houses" is the German democracy. Although in the German democracy there are two "houses" they do not correspond to two time scales but to the same time scale! This is, according to researcher a political procedural reason, that Germany was vulnerable to nazi totalitarianism. In a similar way the researcher believes, that if Greece too, had two "houses" at two different time scale he would have not been vulnerable to the dictatorship of 1967.