Investment Strategy of Emission-Reduction Technology in a Supply Chain
AbstractGreenhouse gas emissions have serious impacts on the natural environment. Therefore, the restrictions imposed on carbon emission force enterprises to take carbon emission into consideration when making production decisions. In this paper, in the context of allowing emission trading and investment of emission reduction technology, models were presented for a two-stage supply chain to analyze the optimal investment and pricing decisions. The results indicate that manufacturer’s endurance capacity of reduction difficulty is higher in the cooperation model than in the Stackelberg game model, and that perfect coordination of supply chains can be realized by a revenue sharing contract. From the perspective of a consumer, low-carbon products mean higher price, so that subsidies or tax exemptions should be provided to keep low prices. Meanwhile, the government can promote investment in emission-reduction technologies and achieve its emission reduction targets by controlling emission trading price, strengthening emission reduction publicity and providing technology investment subsidies. View Full-Text
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Lou, G.X.; Xia, H.Y.; Zhang, J.Q.; Fan, T.J. Investment Strategy of Emission-Reduction Technology in a Supply Chain. Sustainability 2015, 7, 10684-10708.
Lou GX, Xia HY, Zhang JQ, Fan TJ. Investment Strategy of Emission-Reduction Technology in a Supply Chain. Sustainability. 2015; 7(8):10684-10708.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lou, Gao X.; Xia, Hai Y.; Zhang, Jie Q.; Fan, Ti J. 2015. "Investment Strategy of Emission-Reduction Technology in a Supply Chain." Sustainability 7, no. 8: 10684-10708.