Boating Against the Current: The Advance-Retreat Analysis for Socio-Economic Process
AbstractBoating against the current is a kind of human behavior which can generalize many real socio-economic processes. Starting from the view of point, this paper suggests the problem for advance-retreat course and builds the general analytic models of advance-retreat. By the models, we could see the endogenous resistances, instead of exogenous resistances, causes the periodic fluctuation in socio-economic process, and get the critical condition under which the periodic fluctuation is occured. A series of results for developing motivity and investing strategies are obtained. Finally, the conclusions and strategies are illuminated to be rational and maneuverable by two examples.
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Date of creation: 05 Oct 2006
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socio-economic development; advancing motivity; environment resistance; advance-retreat course;
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