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SBE 2020: Submission Detail

ID Number: 210
Title: Enabling Game Science Research for Transforming Regional Economic Development Policy in United States of America for the Early 21st Century
Lead Author: Raymond, Ronald A
Abstract: For purposes of this paper, Game Science is defined as the strategic study of environmental, economic and/or social situational world qualified by explanations and/or predictions made by economic practitioners establishing postulated theorems based upon player interaction with the games of policy development and management. When these practitioners actively apply sustainable development principle to measures of economic effectiveness for social, behavioral and economic elements within their economic system of influence, they have the greatest ability to stimulate innovation and prosperity . Specific to the authors focus, this paper attempts to establish requirements for NSF research funding in building the bridges between Game Science, National (Ocean) Policy, Regional Governance and (Ocean) Economic Development fostering Sustainable (Ocean) System Prosperity. If Game Science bridges can be strategically built short-term, future Regional Ocean Partnership funding is streamlined long-term. Game science must drive innovation and be regionally identifiable for determining multi-level process efficiency. Concepts herein are explained by terms of the statistical process and not mathematical attribute for benefit of the game theory unfamiliar reviewer. This paper establishes a requirement for establishing NSF Regional Game Science funding for perpetual economic science research as applied to policy development for creating a better social economic efficiency.
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