An Exploration to Imbalance of Network Information Ecological System in an Economic Perspective

Peng GAO


Starting from the characteristics of network information ecological system, this paper lists and analyzes the phenomena of imbalance of network information ecological system, i.e. the systematic nature, the openness, the diversity, the self-organization and continuous coordinative development, and the evolvement. In an economic perspective, the author analyzes certain issues concerning the imbalance of network information ecological system, such as the information overload, the information acquisition, the information monopoly, and the information pollution. Finally, the author proposes several suggestions for maintaining the network information ecological balance.

Key words: Network information ecological system; Imbalance; Economic perspective


Network information ecological system, Imbalance, Economic perspective


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