ABSTRACT This paper reconstructed the framework of distribution of income and expenditure for the purpose of discussion of forms about social expenditure cycle driven by human cultural elements from new view. Then analyzed the relations between spiritual expenditure guided by cultural factors and the realization of commodity value, thus put forward the operation model of unbalanced growth of enterprise value by assuming behavior—driven in the humanities and social reality system: based on the value growth limitation achieved by goods social use value. And revealed its characteristic through empirical analysis: the change tendency between spiritual expenditure and its trend in income distribution, so this paper makes the conclusion that the goal of unbalanced growth of enterprise value is to stimulate the payment of social use value of commodity. This article has reference value in the requirement analysis research in this area.
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B. Zhao and J. Qu, "Discussion of Forms about Social Expenditure Cycle Driven by Human Cultural Elements," iBusiness, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2012, pp. 51-59. doi: 10.4236/ib.2012.41007.
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