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Research on Comprehensive Evaluation of Logistics Environment in Fujian Province Based on Entropy Weight and DEA

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DOI: 10.23977/ieim.2022.050605 | Downloads: 15 | Views: 209


Wei Liu 1, Tingting Mei 1


1 Xiamen University Tan Kah Kee College, Zhangzhou, Fujian, China

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Wei Liu


The logistics industry has gradually become an essential pillar of the service industry in Fujian Province of China. This paper takes the logistics environment of 9 prefecture-level cities in Fujian Province as the research object. We analyze the development status of the logistics environment and construct a comprehensive evaluation model of the logistics environment from the two aspects of regional logistics efficiency and regional logistics service quality. The logistics efficiency of each city in the province is calculated, and the entropy weight method is used to analyze each city's logistics service quality level. Finally, based on the comprehensive efficiency and service quality level, the comprehensive evaluation score of the logistics environment of each city in Fujian Province is obtained and combined with the empirical analysis conclusions, countermeasures, and suggestions to promote the development and construction of the logistics environment in Fujian Province are put forward in a targeted manner.


Fujian Province, comprehensive evaluation, DEA, ntropy weight


Wei Liu, Tingting Mei, Research on Comprehensive Evaluation of Logistics Environment in Fujian Province Based on Entropy Weight and DEA. Industrial Engineering and Innovation Management (2022) Vol. 5: 35-47. DOI:


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