The Development Evaluation of Economic Zones in China
AbstractAfter the Chinese reform and opening up, the construction of economic zones, such as Special Economic Zones, Hi-tech Zones and Bonded Zones, has played an irreplaceable role in China’s economic development. Currently, against the background of Chinese economic transition, research on development evaluation of economic zones has become popular and necessary. Similar research usually focuses on one specific field, and the methods that are used to evaluate it are simple. This research aims to analyse the development evaluation of zones by synthesis. A new hybrid multiple criteria decision making (MCDM) model that combines the DEMATEL technique and the DANP method is proposed. After establishing the evaluation criterion system and acquiring data, the influential weights of dimensions and criteria can be calculated, which will be a guide for forming measures of development. Shandong Peninsula Blue Economic Zone is used in the empirical case analysis. The results show that Transportation Conditions, Industrial Structure and Business Climate are the main influencing criteria and measures based on these criteria are proposed. View Full-Text
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Liu, W.; Shi, H.-B.; Zhang, Z.; Tsai, S.-B.; Zhai, Y.; Chen, Q.; Wang, J. The Development Evaluation of Economic Zones in China. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2018, 15, 56.
Liu W, Shi H-B, Zhang Z, Tsai S-B, Zhai Y, Chen Q, Wang J. The Development Evaluation of Economic Zones in China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2018; 15(1):56.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Wei; Shi, Hong-Bo; Zhang, Zhe; Tsai, Sang-Bing; Zhai, Yuming; Chen, Quan; Wang, Jiangtao. 2018. "The Development Evaluation of Economic Zones in China." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 15, no. 1: 56.
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