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Usl Paper Series 1: Back of the Envelope Calculations to Estimate the Usl1 Contributions to Resolve Four of the Most Critical Global Crises from the Economic or Budgetary Points of Views of Governments and the un

Authors: Dongchan Lee

We demonstrate here, with a bit of over-generalization to point the most critical issues for both the governments worldwide and the UN, that the USL1 (which is the version 1 of USL to boost the worldwide or national average math skills for students by quickly advancing 2 years) alone will have the immense economic growth impacts around the world after the short math education reform times in the participating nations. As the world average GDP growths may rise very fast with 3-5-10-15 times within first a few decades, the 4 of the most grave global crises that can be helped by budgeting or financing to resolve them can be solved. These 4 global crises treated here are 1) the transition to the quasi-complete renewable energy 2) sovereign debts 3) climate change damage costs 4) the post-2015 costs. The surplus gains of the national or world GDPs due to USL1 alone seem to be able to resolve all of them at the same time and for the post-2015 multiple times more. Finally, we provide the USL-5UE-URF Trio schemes to the governments, NGOs, and the UN.

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[v1] 2015-01-09 14:39:51

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