Learning Developed And Developing Countries Differences

By JOHN LOK (Author)

Language : English
Pages : 145
Paperback ISBN : 9789358814545
Hardback ISBN : 9789358814651
Currency Paperback Hardback
Us Dollar US$ 33.00 US$ 43.00


What are the different unique characteristics between one developing country and one developed country ?How to judge whether the country had been either developed or had been developing ? What factors influence the country development speed? In my this book, I shall indicate New Zealand whether is one developed country or developing country, although its farming industry , e.g. sheep cloth manufacturing, breef and pork meat food export industries had developed long time, but what weaknesses, it owns to influence its continue development easily as well as what strengths it lacks to influence New Zealand is still staying in the developing stage in possible in global leading position. What factors influence US, UK their technological development can not be continued innovated to cause worse development to compare Germany 's heavy manufacturing industry future development in possible. In my this book cuntry development part, I shall concentrate on discussing these above countries' future development trend. Readers can have more clear judgement how they can develop more rapidly.

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I had graduated business Administration Science Degree in Common Wealth Open University. Then, I concentrate on researching whether how economic changing environment can influence our behaviors, e.g. consumer behavior in behavioral economic view. I had researched different behavioral economic topics included how artificial intelligence influences economic environment changes, how artificial intelligence influences consumer behaviors, how disease influences traveler leisure psychology, how economic changing environment influences public transport passenger choice, how e-commerce market influences consumer behavior etc. different books are published. I hoped my readers can make accurate analysis to learn how and why the economic changing environment influences consumer behavior in behavioral economic view.


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