National Model

The need for a coherent crisis exit model based on sustainable development renders necessary the organizational cybernetic models for completion of classic econometric models measuring the flows without considering the reporting of structural type. The following model of governance through stakeholder co-participation and assignment of responsibilities on competence networks preserves the pyramidal system of state and supplements with professional networks, having specific actions and expertise and being able to collaborate through IT means.

The model’s coherence is given by the directions of the vectors which follow an uninterrupted or non-conflicting flow, thus the contradictions between programmes being certainly eliminated.

On the other hand, the sustainability of the assembly is given by the structure which is fundamentally a triangulated category where any commutative diagram is generated by three cycles, and each cycle is generated by three commutative diagrams, consequently composing a self-sustainable assembly.

The final theoretic model is a triangulated category of dissipative systems in a homology relationship with each other, constituting a balanced vector and fractal structures developing mirror symmetry.

A description of such participative governance mechanism is provided below. This model is useful not only to give coherence to public policies and governance but also to give coherence to the financed programmes.