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Financial Whirlpools by Karen L. Higgins

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Introduction  
Fig. 1 Yin and yang in the economy.
Chapter 1. Lines or Circles: The Basics of Systems Thinking
Fig. 1.1 Linear thinking example.
Fig. 1.2 Systems thinking example.
Fig. 1.3 Compound interest as a beneficial reinforcing feedback loop (virtuous circle).
Fig. 1.4 Compounding debt as a detrimental reinforcing feedback loop (vicious circle).
Fig. 1.5 Dieting as a balancing feedback loop.
Fig. 1.6 Expectations form a reinforcing feed-forward loop.
Fig. 1.7 Generic behavior-over-time graph.
Fig. 1.8 Features of causal loop diagrams.
Fig. 1.9 Balancing feedback loop: Goal-seeking behavior.
Fig. 1.10 Balancing feedback loop for losing weight.
Fig. 1.11 Balancing feedback ...

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