A development planning application of relational epistemology
Mohammad Shahadat Hossain
Purpose – Aims to conceptualise a relational epistemology of development planning emanating from the episteme of oneness of Allah as the worldview of unity of knowledge and to make it empirically viable by combining statistical quantification and real-time simulation in the spatial dimension. Design/methodology/approach – These two estimation approaches and the empirical results are sequentially interconnected; showing how statistical results that are always static in nature can be dynamically represented by real-time graphical simulation in spatial representation. Findings – The policy implication underlying the normative issues interconnecting the statistical results and the spatial dimension real-time simulation results by vivid simulation is pointed out. Originality/value – The results are impressive for guiding policy in cases where there are negative partial elasticity coefficients between sectoral gross domestic product and total employment. The same model can be extended in much broader contexts of development planning in inter-sectoral, national, regional, and global perspectives.
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