Theoretical Economics Letters

Volume 10, Issue 4 (August 2020)

ISSN Print: 2162-2078   ISSN Online: 2162-2086

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A Chameleon’s Harmonic Correlation, Criteria, and Diversity for a Win-Win and Sharing World

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DOI: 10.4236/tel.2020.104045    88 Downloads   209 Views  
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Toward a balancing (win-win) and sharing world (Matsui, 2018), there might exist a class of kernels or black-holes at the harmonic cross zone. This article discusses the marginal diversity toward balancing, integration (win-win), and a sharing equilibrium, and obtains the relative or Chameleon’s condition of the correlation coefficient at the lower level, and the information amount at the upper level, on the dualism of artifacts. Instead of Simon’s bounded rationality, the new concept of a pair (diversity, integration) is introduced, and there are the relative pairs with a lower correlation coefficient of 0.8, and upper marginal diversity with a ratio of 0.6 at the knowledgeable or higher society. Finally, this pair map (microcosm) of the body is obtained for the win-win and sharing world and its harmony, and the Chameleon’s existence (marginal diversity) is ascertained and positioned at the hyperboloid of the pair-map (integration, sharing).

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Matsui, M. (2020) A Chameleon’s Harmonic Correlation, Criteria, and Diversity for a Win-Win and Sharing World. Theoretical Economics Letters, 10, 735-744. doi: 10.4236/tel.2020.104045.

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