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Peng, J.Y., Zhang, Y.G., Xie, R. and Liu, Y. (2018) Analysis of Driving Factors on China’s Air Pollution Emissions from the View of Critical Supply Chains. Journal of Cleaner Production, 203, 197-209.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.08.219

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  • TITLE: Economy, Environment and Government: Study on the Path of Supply-Side Reform Forced by the Fog-Haze

    AUTHORS: Jiaorui Li, Ye Zhang, Shuang Zhang

    KEYWORDS: Fog-Haze, Industrial Structure, Energy Use Efficiency, Non-Linear ST-SVAR Model, Supply-Side Reform

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Vol.7 No.2, February 14, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Unbalanced development in term as industrial structure and the efficiency use of energy have aggravated environmental pollution to different degrees resulting in the increase of range, time and degree of fog-haze. This, in turn, forced the government to carry out supply-side reforms, to improve energy efficiency and optimize the industrial structure to weaken the environmental pollution. To tackle these problems, this work provides an index system for the issues related to fog-haze, uses a non-linear ST-SVAR model to reflect the effects of industrial structure and energy use efficiency on fog-haze. Results indicated that: First, current industrial structure and energy use efficiency have greater impact on the comprehensive equation of fog-haze risk than itself. With the passage of time, this influence is still gradually expanding. Second, the equations of industrial structure and energy use efficiency are strongly influenced by themselves, and other variables as the current period have less impact on them. Finally, the non-linear or asymmetric relationship is shown among industrial structure, energy use efficiency, and the fog-haze comprehensive risk equation.