Game Analysis of Enterprise Emission Rights Competition under the Background of Sustainable Development

Zhu Yong; Fubi Luo; Yufang Gou
November 2013
Journal of Applied Sciences;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p5126
Academic Journal
Emissions trading as an important system innovation are becoming one of the environmental protection policies which the emerging countries care more and more. But Emission allocation between different enterprises has become a problem of government environmental policy implementation. Effective allocation of emission permits is not only can improve market allocation efficiency of environment and resources also can greatly reduce the government management of the environment cost. The article adopts evolutionary game theory analyzing the competition game process for pollution rights between the two kinds of enterprises whose emission amount is different under the restriction of the environmental capacity. When the government make pollutant discharging enterprises within the area pollution total force limit, pollutant discharging enterprises will compete fiercely for emission amount and eventually tend to dynamic steady state. Clearly, putting forward comprehensive adopting the way of market allocation resources can reduce the pollutant discharging enterprises to the possibility of pollutant emissions.


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