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I just learnt that I won't have access to the internet for a few days starting tonight, so I have to withdraw my offer for participating in the Beta-Testing, unless the tests are still in progress when I return Sad


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24.08.2012 18:23
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Humo Wrote:
If its for free, sure Hehe


I can only agree and would also like to run a freetest.

24.08.2012 18:50
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Himami Wrote:

Humo Wrote:
If its for free, sure Hehe


I can only agree and would also like to run a freetest.

This^

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Post: #34
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I have quiet a bit of experienceon a number of templates, I would be glad to test out the uk if the beta is still open Daumenhoch

I'm going away the day after tomorrow however for a week, if the state is tickles I will be happy to spend an hour or two tomorrow evening testing it out.

This post was last modified: 25.08.2012 17:43 by DarthV1.

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Post: #35
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The first five should have received their coins now. Sorry for the others, but we had to make a limit Sad


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Post: #36
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I didn't make it Sad

Never mind, a limit is understandable. I hope is ready soon, I look forward to trying out a few reforms on the uk. Germany has been used as a substitute for some time for me simulating the uk, the same goes for others I assume also.

26.08.2012 16:09
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That feeling when you succesfully made it. Happy

Also, Scottland is cool.

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Post: #38
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Just noticed the coins - thank you Malone.

A report about the Colonial Province of Scottish London will soon be published.
I think the starting values for corruption and shadow economy are a bit too high. Sure, there are other things than tea and custard being sold in the streets of East London, local farmers won't just grow tomatoes in their greenhouses, police officers also take care of their own pension plans and investors not only ship chocolate into starving African regions - after all I am not that naive. However, a shadow economy slightly bigger than the Russian one in 1994 and corruption at about 4/5 of the Russian Standard is a bit too much according to my opinion.


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Post: #39
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There seem to be some irregularities with the economy (private consumption to be more precise).

1. It doesn't seem to follow the theory behind keynesian economics (I'm not sure, however, whether such economy is implemented in AR)

2. Calculating private consumption with the alternative method ([Net Income p.a.]*[Workforce]+[Pensions]+[Welfare])(mixing saving ratio somehow into the calculation if the basic outcome is nothing near the desired value) doesn't add up either.
I am not sure if and if so how GNP is included into the game. One could also argue with the shadowy economy or tourism, but I'd recommend to have a look at this.

(Please note that it is, as always, possible that I included some errors into my calcuations. In this case don't blame me, blame Big Oil! They are destroying our planet! They are killing cute little polar bears, enslave African Children and poison south american river - rivers which are the sole water supply for millions of potential workers in the slums. Don't get mad about some bad math! There are other things you should get mad about first!)


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03.09.2012 10:01
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Post: #40
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I just introduced Administration I (Q22) and I've got a feeling that the effects of that reform were somehow rather limited; I did increase administration spending during the last two budget rounds, but such increase should have only totaled roughly 12%. After Admin I my administration expenditure is still far above average (approx. 75-76bn compared to 63-64bn).
It might be possible that Admin I only leads to a nominal (linked to inflation?) reduction of admin spending, but a percentual cut may be more realistic and helpful with the UK template.


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This post was last modified: 04.09.2012 09:32 by Titian.

04.09.2012 09:29
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