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ThreeIssues in AlumniLife: Factors, Actors and Sectors…<br />Alumni Lifeand Action Spheres<br />ACADEMIC<br />COMPROMISE<b...
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2. ACTORS: WELFARE PENTAGON INSTITUTIONS<br />(The Welfare Pentagon represents the five core institutions thathouseholds m...
3. SECTORS: TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE <br />(COMPLETE FACTORS, ACTORS AND SECTORS)<br />A. <br />APPLIED<br />RESEARCH<br />B.<br...
GRAPH and GAME Theory<br />“Hamilton is considered  by far the greatest Irish scientist. His Theory of Systems Of Rays,<br...
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SRI Hexagon Dialogue and PPP for Governance and Development<br />Innovation<br />f<br />e<br />Efficiency<br />c<br />Hous...
HEXAGON GAME & GRAPHTHEORY(NOT INSTITUTIONS BUT STAKEHOLDERS: AGENTS/PRINCIPALS)<br />AGENT (V0)<br />PRINCIPAL<br />(V1)<...
COMPLEXITY<br /><ul><li>Sustainable& ResponsibleInvestment
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What About The Welfare Pentagon In Practice

  1. 1. ON THE MECHANICS OF GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT…<br />Welfare Pentagons, Triangles and Hexagons:The Responsible Business Case forGraph & Game Theory<br />ROBERTO F. SALAZAR-CÓRDOVA, ECUADOR<br />WWW.HEXAGON.COM.EC<br />MGSoG Alumni Day<br />Governance Linkages & Partnerships<br />Maastricht, 2008<br />
  2. 2. ThreeIssues in AlumniLife: Factors, Actors and Sectors…<br />Alumni Lifeand Action Spheres<br />ACADEMIC<br />COMPROMISE<br />MGSoG<br />DESIGN AND<br />RESEARCH<br />NATURE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY<br />I<br />Pentagon<br />Factors:<br />ERA, NATURE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY<br /> CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT <br /> SOCIETY & INSTITUTIONS <br />ECONOMY & BUSINESS<br /> FINANCE & INVESTMENT<br />MANAGEMENT<br />Actors:<br />Households<br />Social Networks<br />PublicAuthorities<br />MembershipInstitutions<br />Family<br />MarketActors<br />Sectors:<br />Economic<br />Social<br />Environmental<br />ADVISORY<br />Alumni<br /> CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT <br />Financial<br />Capital<br />Human<br />Capital<br /> SOCIETY & INSTITUTIONS <br />Natural<br />Capital<br />Social<br />Capital<br />ECONOMICS & BUSINESS<br /> FINANCE & INVESTMENT<br />Hexagon:<br />APPLIED<br />RESEARCH<br /> MANAGEMENT<br />Hexagon:<br />PUBLIC<br />ADVISORY<br />
  3. 3. 1. FACTORS: ACTION SPHERES<br />RESEARCH<br />MGSoG<br />DIALOGUE<br />ERA, NATURE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY<br />I<br />W. Pentagon<br />ADVISORY<br /> CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT <br />Alumni<br /> SOCIETY & INSTITUTIONS <br />ECONOMICS & BUSINESS DESIGN<br /> FINANCE & INVESTMENT<br /> MANAGEMENT<br />APPLIED<br />RESEARCH<br />INDEPENDENT<br />ADVISORY<br />PROFESSIONAL<br />CONSULTANCY<br />BUSINESS<br />
  4. 4. 2. ACTORS: WELFARE PENTAGON INSTITUTIONS<br />(The Welfare Pentagon represents the five core institutions thathouseholds may use to satisfy current and future needs in a given society: family, markets, social networks, membership institutions and public authorities)*<br />* Source: Notten, Geranda and Neubourg, Chris de. <br />Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University, August 2007<br />
  5. 5. 3. SECTORS: TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE <br />(COMPLETE FACTORS, ACTORS AND SECTORS)<br />A. <br />APPLIED<br />RESEARCH<br />B.<br />INDEPENDENT<br />ADVISORY<br />C. <br />PROFESSIONAL<br />CONSULTANCY<br />D.<br />BUSINESS<br />Social<br />Capital<br />Governments<br />Communities<br />Financial<br />Capital<br />International<br />Agencies<br />Business<br />Corporations<br />Natural<br />Capital<br />Human<br />Capital<br />Social<br />Capital<br />Social<br />Capital<br />NGOs &<br />CSOs<br />Media<br />
  6. 6. GRAPH and GAME Theory<br />“Hamilton is considered by far the greatest Irish scientist. His Theory of Systems Of Rays,<br />completed when he was 23, provides a scientific basis for optics thas is still in use today.<br />But Hamiton was prouder of his queaternions, a linear algebra of four dimensional vectors,<br />which he developed in order to have an algebra of rotations in three dimensions”<br /> Gries, D & Schneider F. (1993)<br />Definition: Let V be a finite, nonempty set of actors and E a binary relation of factors traded by sectors on V. Then a cooperative or non-cooperative game can be represented graphically as:<br />Thus, Game Theory can use so-called directed graphs, or digraphs, where an element of V is called a vertex and an element of E, an edge.” /1<br />Actors (Agents or Principals) can be positioned in vertexes and their interchange relations in (political or patrimonial) as edges (representing intensity)<br />/1 See: Gries, D. and Schneider F. (1993), “A Logical Approach to Discrete Math”, Springler, New York.<br />
  7. 7. Hexagon Dialogue and Graphs.An Example<br />Households<br />Social Networks<br />PublicAuthorities<br />MembershipInstitutions<br />Family<br />MarketActors<br />In this basic Graph, E is the binary relation of edges (arrows):<br /> over the set of vertex (V):<br />Family<br />e<br />Market<br />Actors<br />c<br />Households<br />b<br />a<br />Membership<br />Institutions<br />d<br />Public<br />Authorities<br />Social <br />Networks<br />
  8. 8. Applying Graph & Game Theory toSRI Hexagon Dialogue and PPP for Governance and Development<br />Delivery<br />(welfare)<br />e<br />Efficiency<br />(less cost)<br />c<br />Inclussion<br />(governance)<br />b<br />Tributes<br />(equal cost)<br />a<br />d<br />Services<br />(development)<br />IfanEdgeisseen as anopportunitycost, thencompactinggraphs can beseen<br />as a efficiencygain (and anadvancetowardsthecore of thesystem). This dual <br />optimumsearchcan helpgovernance and developmentbyliberatingresources<br />fortheinclussion of otheractors / corporations<br />
  9. 9. SRI Hexagon Dialogue and PPP for Governance and Development<br />Innovation<br />f<br />e<br />Efficiency<br />c<br />Household´s Welfare<br />Respect for<br />Institutions<br />a<br />New Partnerships<br />Inclusion<br />Dialogue<br />b<br />d<br />
  10. 10. HEXAGON GAME & GRAPHTHEORY(NOT INSTITUTIONS BUT STAKEHOLDERS: AGENTS/PRINCIPALS)<br />AGENT (V0)<br />PRINCIPAL<br />(V1)<br />EDGE<br />(E)<br />Households<br />1<br />1<br />g1<br />Communities<br />2<br />1<br />g2<br />3<br />Governments<br />1, 2, 6<br />g3...g5<br />4<br />Media<br />2<br />g6<br />5<br />NGOs & CSOs<br />2, 4<br />g7...g8<br />6<br />Business <br />Corporations<br />1, 2, 3, 4, 5<br />g9...g13<br />
  11. 11. COMPLEXITY<br /><ul><li>Sustainable& ResponsibleInvestment
  12. 12. Public-PrivatePartnerships
  13. 13. Social Capital AgainstFraud and Corruption</li></ul>Public-Private Policy <br />Partnerships<br />(Enforceability)<br />GLOBAL HEXAGON DIALOGUE<br />& the Triple-Bottom Line<br />www.hexagon.com.ec<br />Social<br />Capital<br />Governments<br />Communities<br />Financial<br />Capital<br />Media<br />Business<br />Corporations<br />Natural<br />Capital<br />Human<br />Capital<br />Social Dialogue<br />Against Fraud<br />and Corruption<br />(Observability)<br />Sustainable & <br />Responsible<br />Investment<br />(Verifiability;<br />Screening)<br />Social<br />Capital<br />Social<br />Capital<br />NGOs &<br />CSOs<br />International<br />Investors and <br />Agencies<br />STAKEHOLDERS CONTRACTS<br />TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE<br />ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES<br />SOCIAL ISSUES<br />ECONOMIC ISSUES<br />OBSERVABILITY<br />ENFORCEABILITY<br />VERIFIABILITY<br />
  14. 14. GOVERNANCE & DEVELOPMENT<br />INTERNAL HEXAGON DIALOGUE<br />HOUSEHOLDS<br />Solutions<br />Delivery <br />Communities!!!<br />(Social Basis)<br />Promises and Partnerships<br />Income and Products<br />(Political Basis)<br />(Community <br />Investment Basis)<br />(Market Basis)<br />(Trust Basis)<br />Cooperation<br />Agencies<br />Support<br />Business<br />Corporations<br />Governments<br />(Legal Basis)<br />(Informational<br />Basis)<br />Stakeholders’ Analysis<br />(Financial<br />Basis)<br />Investment<br />Reports and Diffussion<br />(Responsibility <br /> Basis)<br />(Communicational Basis)<br />(Accountability <br /> Basis)<br />H<br />G<br />Internat.<br />Investors<br />Accounts<br />B<br />NGOs &<br />CSOs<br />Media<br />Welfare<br />Triangle<br />(Ethical<br />Basis)<br />Welfare<br />Pentagon<br />(Trust Basis)<br />
  15. 15. Applying the Concept<br />Hexagon: Dialogue and Consultancy<br />GOVERNANCE & DEVELOPMENT<br />GLOBAL SRI HEXAGON DIALOGUE<br />?<br />National & <br />Sub-National<br />Governments<br />Rules and Provision<br />Communities<br />Governance<br />HOUSEHOLDS<br />Support<br />Reform<br />Information<br />B I t C<br />CSR 360: <br />SRI Portfolios w/GPN<br />(Global Partners Networks)<br />International<br />Cooperation<br />National Private<br />Corporations<br />B I t C<br />NGOs & CSOs<br />SRI<br />Global & Local<br />Media<br />Civil Society<br />International<br />Private <br />Investors<br />(Financial<br />Basis)<br />
  16. 16. Conclussions:<br />ApplICATIONS OF Graph & Game Theory:<br />Socially Responsible Investment Dialogue <br />Public-Private Partnerships <br />Governance and Development<br />EASY GAMES REPRESENTATION<br />FACILITATES GLOBAL NETWORKING<br />
  17. 17. MUCHAS GRACIAS<br />THANK YOU<br />www.hexagon.com.ec<br />

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