A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PHYSIOECONOMICS EFFECTS IN ASIA

Luca Scaini

Abstract


Global economy requires solutions to be sustained efficiently and effectively as figures and facts have been giving daily evidences since several years now. Present paper focalizes on the solid –even though latenttie between global economics and local forces. They are actually clashing in a titanic effort to lead the world sustainability, whilst present educated question narrows on clashing forces or merging forces? Starting from a comparative study of three Asiatic Countries, India, China and Japan, it shapes on a mixed confrontation between old and new economies, fast and slow growing, traditional and innovative cultures, ancient and recent state systems, high and low cultural contextualization, in the effort to spot how forces in action and opposition and influencing the actual state of globalizing processes might be called to sustain it, if properly studied and adopted. Hypothesis is that globalization should care of physioeconomics in action under cultural, anthropological and environmental point of view in order to develop a sustainable model for business development. Phenomena of physioeconomics is observed from different angles, and in different environments during its historical evolution, which are both physical and anthropological ones and offer as a main findings a model of comparative table between Countries to develop a global strategy of development.

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