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Volume 163, 20232023 8th International Conference on Social Sciences and Economic Development (ICSSED 2023)
|Number of page(s)
|Marketing and Organizational Behavior Management
|28 April 2023
Evolutionary game analysis on behavioral strategies of multiple stakeholders under the process of shore power promotion
Logistics Research Center, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai, 201306, China
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Shore power implementation was proved to be an effective way to reduce air pollution from vessels. Although central government has been promoting the implementation of shore power in China, the actual development of shore power is not ideal currently. The paper focuses on the mechanism of interaction among the strategic choices of multiple stakeholders including local government, port, and liner company under the process of shore power promotion. Based on an evolutionary game model, the influencing factors on the evolutionarily stable strategies (ESS) of the multiple stakeholders is discussed. The results of the study show that local governments can speed up the process of implementing shore power by increasing the incentives and penalties for enterprises, but excessive subsidies could undermine the enthusiasm of local governments to participate in the promotion of shore power; preferential pricing of shore power is of great significance to the promotion of shore power; when the economic benefit of implementing shore power is great enough, enterprises can implement shore power spontaneously even if local governments do not participate in the promotion of shore power.
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