Influence of External Parameters on the Dynamic Behavior of Resource-economic-pollution System

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Jiuli Yin
Jing Huang
Xinghua Fan


This paper discusses a new type of selective-constrained resource-economic-pollution (REP) system. Based on the nonlinear dynamics theory, the dynamic behavior of the new system is discussed. The genetic algorithm is used to identify the quantitative coefficients of the actual system.
This paper further analyses the impact of state regulation, economic marketization management and green lifestyle on economic growth. Taking the actual situation into consideration in China, the empirical research is carried out by adjusting the parameters of the actual system. The dynamic evolution of real economic growth is observed which predicts future trends more realistically. The research shows that the introduction of state regulation into the REP system can promote economic growth quickly at a small rate in the short term. However, state regulation has little effect on economic growth in the long run. The impact of economic marketization management on the economy is moderate. A short-term, small-scale green lifestyle has little impact on system and economic growth because of China’s large population base.

Selective constrained resource-economic-pollution;, state regulation, economic marketization management, green lifestyle, economic growth.

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Yin, J., Huang, J., & Fan, X. (2019). Influence of External Parameters on the Dynamic Behavior of Resource-economic-pollution System. Journal of Energy Research and Reviews, 3(2), 1-13.
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