I'd like to know which would be the most likely outcome of a city of 100,000 people where we can consider any consuming good or service can be achieved if everyone were given 1 billion dollars from one day to another.
With only that condition it's clear what would happen would be that there would be an over the top inflation in the city, so an hamburger might cost 1 million dollars.
But there's a catch with several conditions with the given money that have to be fulfilled.
Prices for any of that consuming good or service must stay the same as they were before the money was given.
People can buy things from other parts of the world but only to be sold in any commerce they had previous to be given the money or being used to some service their company offered, they could only buy things for their own consumption or being given a service in other commerce or companies that are part of the city.
No security forces live in the city but they enforce the law in the city, so any breaking of the law may end with its corresponding punishment, specially making anything that breaks point 1) or 2), or trying to bribe security forces either directly, or indirectly via another people, will be heavily punished either for the persons of the city and for anyone that collaborated with them. Security forces that enforce the law in the city are also heavily watched over to avoid corruption and have severe punishments in they are caught if engaging in such activities, but they can gain some extra money and job improvements if they give evidence that any person of that city has tried to bribe them.
People cannot get out of the city.
Which is a likely outcome of something like this? I guess maybe people may try to bribe security forces in order to gain favors anyhow, but point is everyone could do the same in equal manner, apart from that citizens would doubt in doing it as it would result in being severely punished and security forces would hesitate into accepting it as they may also get severely punish. So at the end I think it wouldn't change things too much. What I don't see is what would come next.
Any ideas of the most likely outcome?