Performance Evaluation of Listed Companies in New-Energy Automotive Industry


As one of the national strategic emerging industries, new-energy-automobile industry has been caused people’s attention increasingly. Therefore, improving the new energy industry listing corporation performance, not only can alleviate the pressure on energy and the environment, but also can conducive to accelerating the transformation and upgrading of the automotive industry. Moreover, it can foster new economic point of growth and international competitiveness. This essay uses the super efficiency DEA model and Malmquist index method to analyze the performance of new-energy-automotive industry listing corporation. The data is from Year 2011 to 2013. Finally according to the conclusion of the empirical research, this paper made several suggestions to improve the operational efficiency of China’s new energy automobile enterprises and promote new energy-automobile industry.

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Lu, Z. and Xia, H. (2014) Performance Evaluation of Listed Companies in New-Energy Automotive Industry. Open Journal of Energy Efficiency, 3, 98-107. doi: 10.4236/ojee.2014.34011.

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