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Modeling Responsible Elite

  title={Modeling Responsible Elite},
  author={Yana Yu. Tsodikova and Pavel Yu. Chebotarev and Anton K. Loginov and Zoya M. Lezina},
  journal={arXiv: Physics and Society},
Within the ViSE (Voting in Stochastic Environment) model, we study social dynamics determined by collective decisions in a society with an elite. The model allows analyzing the influence of participants' social attitudes, such as selfishness, collectivism, lobbying, altruism, etc., on the welfare of the society and its strata. Social dynamics is determined by the change in capital over time, as well as formation and dissociation of groups. We show that the presence of responsible elite, which… 
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