This article contains some considerations on models which shall support a better understanding of the transition process to a society of solidarity. The possible structure of a dynamic model is discussed by presenting different modules which might be useful as building blocks of a comprehensive model of the society. In this connection, different measures for accelerating the process to a society of solidarity are discussed. After defining the aims of a society of solidarity the following modules are presented: population model with educational model, structural model of time provided, extended input-output model including traditional and private production activities, linkages with economic-environmental models, income policy measures, transition model to labor values, and structural model of time directly or indirectly received by the population.
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