Using method of conditional relations in macro economic environment

There are twenty-four conditions in the method of conditional relations. Namely:

1. Root condition
2. Object condition
3. Predominance condition
4. Proximity condition
5. Contiguity condition
6. Conascence condition
7. Mutuality condition
8. Support condition
9. Decisive support condition
10. Prenascence condition
11. Postnascence condition
12. Repetition condition
13. Kamma condition
14. Result condition
15. Nutriment condition
16. Faculty condition
17. Jhana condition
18. Path condition
19. Association condition
20. Dissociation condition
21. Presence condition
22. Absence condition
23. Disappearance condition
24. Non-disappearance condition

The twenty-for conditions listed form the subject matter of the Patthana, which presents a detailed exposition of the various ways in which they inter-relate the mental and material phenomena enumerated in the Dhammasangani, the first book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka. In order to properly comprehend the Abhidhamma teaching on conditional relations, it is essential to understand the three factors involved in any particular relation:

(1) the conditioning states, the phenomena that function as conditions for other phenomena either by producing them, by supporting them or by maintaining them

(2) the conditionally arisen states, the states conditioned by the conditioning states, the phenomena that arise and persist in being through the assistance provided by the conditioning states

(3) the conditioning force of the condition, the particular way in which the conditioning states function as conditions for the conditioned states.

All these are very similar to the macro economic conditions that all companies face in the business environment. Wonder if anyone can relate and cross link the principles of conditional relations with macro economic environment?