Qianxiao Ye, Enping Chen
School of Business Administration, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454003, China
Based on the situation of green technology innovation and development of enterprises, this paper studies the evolution of the competitive and competitive game relationship of green technology innovation among enterprises with different government incentives by establishing an evolutionary game model. Matlab software is used to numerically calculate the evolutionary path of the game between government and enterprises and the position change of equilibrium point. The dynamic evolution of collaborative innovation behavior and interaction among enterprises is discussed. The results show that in the process of green technology innovation, enterprises will be more inclined to green technology innovation cooperation only when they are fully "motivated". In the process of innovation and development of green technology among government enterprises, it has a very important influence. Under the reasonable supervision of the enterprise government, it is easier to optimize the allocation of innovative resources, effectively reduce the situation that enterprises have no green technology innovation cooperation, realize better control of innovation costs, and then bring double benefits of economic and social benefits through the development of technological innovation.
Government; Evolutionary game; Green technology; Competition and cooperation; Matlab
Qianxiao Ye, Enping Chen. Evolutionary Game Analysis of Competition and Cooperation of Green Technology Innovation among Enterprises under Government Incentive. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 11: 20-27. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2022.041104.
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