Dynamic Performance Assessment System For Green Tourism Supply Chain
As a form of sustainable tourism development, green tourism is a means of environmental protection and a trend of tourism development. Evolutionary game theory is applied to examine the generation of green behaviors by tourism enterprises during the development of a green tourism supply chain. Model deduction and simulation data analysis show that most tourism enterprises do have an incentive towards green development and the formation of the green tourism supply chain is a dynamic evolution process. To better understand the gaps in the process that all the stakeholders need to fill, the approach of balanced scorecard (BSC) combined with expert interviews is applied to design a periodical performance assessment system for evaluating the performance of the green tourism supply chain. Evaluation results will help to facilitate all participants to implement green practices for smooth transformation of a traditional supply chain into a green one.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 13, 2019
This article was made available online on August 13, 2019 as a Fast Track article with title: "Dynamic Performance Assessment System for Green Tourism Supply Chain".
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