A well-founded, formalized conceptual model that systematically uncovers the underlying political, social, and economic stability and instability dynamics of a location, which includes both drivers of instability and buffers of stability (areas of resilience).
Gain interesting, non-obvious insights into the root causes of stability dynamics that characterize an area by highlighting linkages between factors such as social sources of political instability, indicators of state failure, and signs of a faltering economy.
Use the generic stability model (StaM) to organize assertions about political, economic, and social stability, and to guide the background research for area-specific data (region, state, nation, city, etc).
Align the generic StaM to the area-specific context; adjust, add, or eliminate factors from the generic StaM as required; and disaggregate, merge, or redraw the various cross dimensional relationships.
Confirm/disconfirm various hypothesized relationships in the tailored StaM, identify key actors, assess stabilizing and destabilizing factors, and highlight short and long-term resilience and vulnerabilities.
Prepare report that provides insights into the key instability and stability factors, distinguishes between short and long-term effects, and describe domestic stability influences to the region.
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