The Tamari attractor (from the economist Ben Tamari) is a three-dimensional attractor that models the economic situation of a country.
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The Tamari equations are
denotes the country's output,
is the money axis,
is the pricing axis,
is the exchange rate,
is indexation (linking),
is unemployment, and
 B. Tamari. "Chaos and Economics." (Jul 22, 2013)
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