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Research on the Failure Avoidance of Green Technology Innovation of New Energy Vehicle Enterprises

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DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2019.21004 | Downloads: 24 | Views: 2685


Ling Gao 1


1 School of Management, Shanghai University, Shanghai, 200444, China

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Ling Gao


New energy vehicle, as a key emerging industry in China, are an important way to alleviate the energy crisis and take the road of green technology innovation. However, there are always some problems such as inadequate research and development of core technology, waste of resources, and low conversion rate of achievements. Taking the new energy automobile listed company as the research object, a two-stage SBM-DEA model is constructed to measure the efficiency of green technology innovation in China from the two stages of technology research and development and achievement transformation. Combined with the difference of innovation efficiency in different stages, the failure phenomena of green technology innovation process are analyzed. Finally, the innovation failure avoidance measures are put forward according to the development status of new energy vehicles.


New energy vehicle enterprises, green technology innovation, two-stage SBM-DEA, failure


Ling Gao, Research on the Failure Avoidance of Green Technology Innovation of New Energy Vehicle Enterprises. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2019) 2: 24-27. DOI:


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