Summary of Estefanía Chávez Barragán

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This video discusses the concept of operational research, and how it can be used to predict the future. Chávez Barragán argues that, in order to make accurate predictions, we need to shift our focus to operational research.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, economist Alfonso Chávez Barragán discusses the importance of developing a sustainable economy that benefits both the environment and the human population. He notes that, in the past, economists have focused exclusively on growth and prosperity, without taking into account the negative impact that such development has on the environment and on humanity. Chávez Barragán believes that it is now necessary to rethink economic development in order to achieve a more sustainable future for all.
  • 00:05:00 This video discusses the extraordinarias Estefanía Chávez Barragán, who was recognized in 1962 for one exhibition and what she calls a single land to remember the man who, after completing this way of acquiring oneself, has no future after. Economists report that 10% of 5% or 1% of the population total are interested in going to other planets, while the rest of us are going to stay here. Chávez Barragán wrote a book called "La Caja del Hombre" which discusses the human system as a whole. She now doubts whether Barberà Wars was the previous book, as it deals with a single land instead of a single planet. An anthropologist and economist write the preface to her book, which discusses the importance of qualitative and quantitative research methods. Finally, they explain that the human system is composed of systems that are interconnected and that we began to realize this gradually. Chávez Barragán then discusses the need to understand that things were not as clear as we thought they were and that we had to start joining things we had previously separated. She goes on to say that after systems were established, other methods had to be created to account for this. Too often,
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the concept of "systems management," which is something that is very passionate and interesting, and can be quite lengthy. The thesis is that it should not be for making more money and for making more productive products within the company's internal products. The point is that the GDP for the two poorest countries in the world, which is live in Mexico, is apparently more than the GDP of the two richest countries in the world. Chiapas and Hidalgo, which are apparently more wealthy than their reputedly richer counterparts in Mexico City, have lower GDPs because they have a large share of the population in poverty. In the case of Hidalgo, 60% of the population earns less than two years ago, while in Chiapas, the figure is 80%. This shows that the economy is not being planned for the benefit of the people, but for capital. The author goes on to say that if we want to improve conditions for the man, we need to start planning the economy again, and stop directing it towards increasing the wealth of the nation. This is done by focusing on quality of life, which can be improved by improving the quality of the environment in which we live. The author then concludes that we are descending into a state
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the origins of the term "humanism," which is defined as a set of knowledge that is necessary for the study of development, reform, and progress of villages. It argues that humanism should have been one of the priorities of the scientific revolution, but due to lack of scientific planning it was instead focused on industrialization. The video goes on to discuss the current situation in England, where humanism is being used to address the increasing population density and volume.
  • 00:20:00 This video discusses the differences between contemporary architecture and traditional architecture, and the importance of training and employment for architects. It also discusses the importance of art in society and how it can help to improve communication and understanding between people. The speaker discusses the decline of traditional architecture and the need for new training and employment opportunities for architects. He notes that, in the 1930s, humanism was supported by communication, but now many people are unfamiliar with the term. He suggests that art can help to improve the quality of life for those living in urban areas and connect people from different backgrounds.
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Estefanía Chávez Barragán discusses the issue of automation leading to the displacement of many jobs, and the need to find new ways to make people happy. She points out that, despite having more money, many people are not content because they are only concerned with acquiring things rather than enjoying life. Chávez Barragán believes that, in order to solve this problem, we need to look at the relationship between humans and other living creatures, and develop a new way of thinking about economics and happiness.
  • 00:30:00 The video discusses the need for new solutions to the problems of this life, and how one can begin to make such changes even if they are already ahead of the curve. The example given is of how people can become frustrated with the same issue over and over again, and how this can lead to change. Mexican politics needs to change in order to better serve the people, and this can only be done through a process of change that is inclusive and geared towards the people's needs. The video also covers the topic of pollution and the need for people to take action to reduce their impact on the environment. Finally, it is stressed that the responsibility for change lies with the industry as well, and that researchers are not necessarily necessary for effective change.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Estefanía Chávez Barragán talks about the importance of creating art that can be understood by the general public, and the importance of having a plan for how to execute art. She also discusses the importance of having a dialogue with the public about art, and how not to be afraid to speak out against those in power.
  • 00:40:00 This video discusses Estefanía Chávez Barragán's experience with the administrative system, her access to it, and her decision to participate. Chávez Barragán says that, if we agree that's important, then we need to investigate so that someone else from three centuries from now can have a similar participation role. The main point of the video is to remind the audience of the importance of social power and to emphasize that it has been growing in recent years. Chávez Barragán also talks about the rise of organizations such as the Group of 77 and how they helped to change the power dynamics in the world.
  • 00:45:00 The video discusses the history of cities, with the reflection of what they have been through as societies that see them as a palace and point of reference. In the case of serving the king, the last collaborator includes those who are easy to work with and who would be gone once the power is in the hands of the revolutionaries, such as the bourgeoisie. However, after the initial revolution in which the working class gained power, the bourgeoisie and their collaborators enter the picture. This is referred to as "francamente," or "frankly." The working class were then divided into two groups: the "marginal" and "fevered." The former were those who had been kicked out of the middle class, and the latter were university students who had come from wealthy families but wanted to change society. This is where the only way to do so was to overthrow the class system, which had already become equal. After the revolution, the bourgeoisie could then return to the aristocracy because he had been a merchant and had connections there. This is when the power of economic and commercial interests begins to purchase political power. This is what is referred to as "democratic centralism." Next, there are the workers. They create new powers, which is not the same as having
  • 00:50:00 This video discusses the concept of "operational research," which is a science that deals with the possibility of taking decisions. Operational research is a stable model that can be used to predict what will happen in the future. Thirty cities are considered to be complete human organizations, and in these cities, different numbers and elements are taken into account. However, operational research is an exception to this commonality. Operational research has been transformed from a technique to be applied to actual problems to a science that deals with Initial problems and those that are encountered on a daily basis in industrial, commercial, and financial contexts. The video calls for statisticians and mathematicians to devote themselves to the science of operational research, in order to help us plan for the future. Unfortunately, most people do not realize that operational research is an important part of contemporary business planning. We need to focus on operational research now because it is no longer possible to plan for the future within the confines of traditional planning models. We need to shift our focus to operational research in order to make accurate predictions about the future.

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