Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process to Discuss Key Factors in High-tech Industrial Ecology Development

Kaijun Yu, Ruiyi Gong, Shanshan Hu, Yuzhou Luo

Ekoloji, 2018, Issue 106, Pages: 449-454, Article No: e106037


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The excellent performance of high-tech industry in past years maintains the continuous growth of national economy; and, the strong profitability potential attracts the investment of more businesses. The development of high-tech industry has various countries and regions expand the research & development and capital investment so that high-tech industry gradually becomes the head of the industry. Nonetheless, in the era with diverse products, product life cycle is shortened and the expansion of new production lines is accelerated to result in unprecedented opportunities and new challenges for high-tech industry. In addition to the distribution of production capacity and technology development at current stage, the extension of competitiveness to cope with the rapid change in industry is worth considerations. Aiming at supervisors and employees of high-tech industry in Hubei Province, 250 copies of questionnaire are distributed and 211 valid copies are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 84%. The research results show 1. “technological change” as the most emphasized dimension in Hierarchy 2, followed by “capital motivation”, “personnel growth”, and “business growth” and five indices, among 14 evaluation indices, as product innovation, cost & exchange rate, knowledge dissemination, industry structure, and experience accumulation. Finally, suggestions are proposed according to the results, expecting to extend the competitiveness of domestic high-tech industrial ecology development and achieve the goal of sustainable management.


high-tech industry, environment development, critical factor, industrial ecology


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