ETW  >> Vol. 5 No. 3 (September 2015)

    愿景的传播与实现
    A Pattern of History Making: Vision, Education and Actualization

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作者:  

汪 恺,蔡恒进:武汉大学国际软件学院,湖北 武汉;
曹 涛:武汉大学经济与管理学院,湖北 武汉

关键词:
泡沫历史观认知自我肯定需求Bubble History Making Cognition Self-Assertiveness Demand

摘要:

本文通过梳理历史上多次金融泡沫的资产价格波动数据,以愿景及其传播与实现的框架定义泡沫的全周期过程,提出自我肯定需求推动泡沫形成的重要作用,对泡沫的机制和意义进行重新认识,形成新的历史观:泡沫作为人类行为历史的一部分,虽然制造危机,但本质上是精英通过愿景及其传播,凝聚普罗大众的意志和物质力量,推进人类对未来和未知领域的探索。

A pattern of history making is proposed by setting forth the concept of self-assertiveness demand. Asset bubbles in the history which are extensively regarded as reflection of the exuberance of human irrationality propel the progress of technology, innovation and various human vision actualization in the following decades finally. The shaping force of vision, education and actualization in history is from human cognition: self-assertiveness demand.

文章引用:
汪恺, 蔡恒进, 曹涛. 愿景的传播与实现[J]. 财富涌现与流转, 2015, 5(3): 29-35. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/ETW.2015.53005

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