Enterprises' Green Growth Model and Value Chain Reconstruction: Theory and Method
Nengmin Wang,Qi Jiang,Bin Jiang,Zhengwen He
Enterprises’ Green Growth Model and Value Chain Reconstruction: Theory and Method
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The goal of this book is to improve the ability of enterprises to implement the green growth model and value chain reconstruction. China’s environmental development strategies, such as carbon peak emission and carbon neutrality, have created new challenges and requirements for enterprises to go green. In addition, anti-globalization and the complex dynamic uncertainty caused by COVID-19 have changed the operational environment that enterprises face. The application of new technologies, including the new generation of information technologies and the whole process management technology, provides solutions for the implementation of enterprises’ green growth model and value chain reconstruction. Based on China’s enterprise management cases, this book reveals the connotative features of enterprises’ green growth model and their evolutionary regularities, the overall framework and decision optimization of value chain reconstruction under the green growth model, and the approach to implementing the green growth model and value chain reconstruction. The theoretical framework of the green growth model and value chain reconstruction established in this book has enriched and developed the research results in this field. Cases of enterprises implementing the green growth model can provide references for the green transformation of enterprises and help enterprises appreciate the synergy between sustainability and growth. This book can also serve as a research reference for scholars engaged in the field of sustainable operations, as well as decision-makers and managers of relevant government departments.
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