E3S Web Conf.
Volume 253, 20212021 International Conference on Environmental and Engineering Management (EEM 2021)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Environmental Equipment Engineering Management and its Technical Application|
|Published online||06 May 2021|
Analysis on green innovation cooperation of government, industry, University and Research Institute from the perspective of evolutionary game under the conditions of informationization
1 School of Liaoning, Dalian University Dalian, China
2 School of Liaoning, Dalian University Dalian, China
3 School of Liaoning, Dalian University Dalian, China
Under the new normal of the economy where informatization and industrialization are deeply integrated, the balanced development of economy and ecology is increasingly important. How to promote the development of green innovation through policy means under the conditions of informatization and realize the balanced development of economy and ecology is a key issue for the government.. The development of informatization has facilitated the dissemination of information, knowledge, and funds between enterprises and academic institutions, promoted the establishment of mutual trust and cooperation between enterprises and academic institutions, and improved the efficiency of green technology knowledge conversion. Based on the evolutionary game theory, this paper constructs a game model of green innovation cooperation between government, industry, University and Research Institute, analyzes the strategy selection of government, enterprise and university research side in the game process, and studies the stability of green innovation cooperation of government, industry, University and Research Institute. The analysis results show that default fines, excess income, government subsidies, etc. have an impact on the benefits of green innovation, and on this basis, relevant policy recommendations are put forward for government-industry-university-research green innovation cooperation under the conditions of informatization.
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