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    Title: Impacto de la Cultura en el Desarrollo Económico : el Capitalismo Confuciano en la Región de Asia Oriental
    Other Titles: The impacts of culture on economic development : confucian capitalism in the East Asia
    Authors: 薩帕洛;Pablo Fernando Sarzosa Játiva
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 韋伯社會學研究;文化與經濟發展;儒家思想;東亞儒家資本主義;Weberian sociological study;culture and economic development;Confucianism;Confucian capitalism in the East Asia;estudio sociológico weberiano;cultura y el desarrollo económico;Confucianismo;capitalismo Confuciano en Asia Oriental
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-11 15:23:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 文化因素在經濟發展中扮演了什麼角色?儒家思想在東亞部分國家的經濟發展是否造成影響?儒家思想如何重新受到中國大陸重視?本論文以「文化衝擊對經濟發展的影響」為題,試圖對這些疑惑找出解答。
    至於儒家思想對東亞國家經濟發展所扮演的角色,從文獻中可看出, 儒家思想對東亞社會習性確實有極大影響力。
    無論是傳統儒家思想、抑或後儒家思想、甚至新儒家思想理論,在在呈現出亞洲的宗教倫理價值觀,係影響日本、台灣、南韓、新加坡和香港的經濟因素之一。為了避免盲點,不被囿限在化約理論(reduccionista) ,本論文以儒學發展理論為研究基礎,分析儒家思想對東亞經濟的影響。
    Under the topic "The impacts of culture on economic development", this research has attempted to answer the questions: What is the role of cultural factors on economic development? Have the Confucian thought influenced on economic development in East Asia? How has perceived the resurgence of the controversy surrounding Confucianism in People''s Republic of China, through Latin America ''s eyes?

    On the role of the incidence of Confucian thought on economic development of some countries in East Asia, the arguments presented support the conclusion that Confucianism has strongly modified the habitus of societies living in the area of its influence.

    The theoretical developments about Confucianism, Post-confucianism and Confucian-derived values, also allow us to conclude that Asian ethical and religious values also fostered the development (not the birth) of capitalism in the cases of Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore, something that can not be understood if it is analyzed in a reductionist manner without considering the initial theoretical basis outlined in the first lines.
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