Chaotic Order: A Consequence of Economic Relativity

Part of the New Economic Windows book series (NEW)


A philosophical analysis on economic relativity is provided by philosophizing the dynamic reasons behind the coexistence of global disorder and local order in any sizeable economic system. The examples of economic development in China and Eurozone are discussed to demonstrate how economic relativity would affect economies in apparently very different situations. The vital and subtle role of fairness in economy is also discussed in this writing.


Economic relativity Fairness Communism Capitalism China Eurozone 


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  1. 1.Forest HillsUSA

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