Interphase (Xiangji) Economic Principle and Targeted Poverty Alleviation: Strategic Breakthrough of Non-economic Factors
Keywords:business anthropology, interphase (xiangji) economic principle, targeted poverty alleviation, non-economic factors
The theoretical model of the “interphase (xiangji) economic principle” proposes that in economic activities, if the complex problems caused by cross-ethnic and cross-culture contact are ignored, the restrictive effects of various “non-economic factors” must follow. Therefore, in the practice of the “targeted poverty alleviation program”, it is necessary to fully understand and grasp the restrictive roles of “non-economic factors”, assess the situation, maintain rational behaviors of cultural traditions, and effectively avoid and overcome its unfavorable factors on economic activities. Therefore, the poverty alleviation action can achieve twice the result with half the effort.