NEW KIRRIE (CS) | Already boasting the most complex economic simulation in the Micras community, the micronation of Hamland is now seeking to introduce randomized events to add unpredictability to its economy.
The architect of the simulation, Opyeme Time, in tabling his proposal in Parliament on November 16, noted that adding unpredictability to the economy would “improve what we’ve got … by imposing a set of randomized events, which can positively or negatively impact the production capacities of all our companies, and which in turn, impact the prices of goods offered ….”
The possible events that each region of Hamland would be subject to include both positives, such as a surplus, and negatives, such as numerous possible natural disasters. The region might also find itself affected by neither. The events will allow companies to simulate competition by affecting production, which Time hopes will allow the overall economy to become more dynamic.
The proposal remains under discussion in Parliament as of press-time.