Comparison Between the Two End Circular Economy Index Systems of Manufacturing Industrial Chain to Form into a Unified System

Jiliang ZHENG, Chen ZHENG

Abstract


The two ends of manufacturing industrial chain refer to the resource industry and consumption product industry. Under the construction of circular economy, the focuses of the two kinds of industries are not the same, and huge difference exists. It is necessary to build up a unified circular economic index system in the situation of green supply chain management. Thus, the features, achievements and trends about circular economy development of the two ends of manufacturing industrial chain have been compared and analyzed here, and a unified circular economic system frame or model has been studied and proposed. An idea of transmitting the unified environmental management requirements along industrial chain through weight variable is proposed also.
Key words: Manufacturing industry; Industrial chain; Circular economic index system

Keywords


Manufacturing industry; Industrial chain; Circular economic index system



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20110503.3z255

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