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Reducing the Adverse Effects of Speculative Capital

  • Jeffrey Yi-Lin ForrestEmail author
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Part of the IFSR International Series in Systems Science and Systems Engineering book series (IFSR, volume 32)

Abstract

As the final chapter of this book, let us look back at the previous chapters and see how they are organically associated with each other. First, the three parts present a sequential order of learning and dynamic development of a new theory. In particular, Part 1 shows how a cohesive and systematic theory of general systems has been developed by using set theory, a language that is very versatile and universal. The results and conclusions of this theory of general systems can be powerfully employed in any specific area of learning and application, producing meaningful and practically useful outcomes. Filling a gap existing in the reasoning process of systemic logic, Part 2 introduces the yoyo model, a badly needed systemic intuition, based on a holistic analysis of different definitions of the concept of (general) systems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of BusinessSlippery Rock University School of BusinessSlippery RockUSA

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