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Yu Zhang (Chang'an University, Xi'an, China), Golpîra Hêriş (Islamic Azad University, Sanandaj, Iran), Khan Syed Abdul Rehman (Tsinghua University, Beijing, China)
Tytuł
The Relationship between Green Supply Chain Performance, Energy Demand, Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability : an Empirical Evidence from Developed Countries
Relacja pomiędzy zielonym zarządzaniem łańcuchem dostaw, popytem na energię, wzrostem ekonomicznym i rozwojem zrównoważonym na podstawie krajów rozwiniętych
Der Zusammenhang zwischen dem Grünen Lieferkettenmanagement, der Nachfrage für Energie, dem Wirtschaftlichen Wachstum und der Nachhaltigen Entwicklung am Beispiel der Ausgewählten Hochentwickelten Länder
Źródło
LogForum, 2018, vol. 14, nr 4, s. 479-494, rys., tab., bibliogr. 52 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Energia odnawialna, Emisja gazów, Zarządzanie łańcuchem dostaw, Rozwój gospodarczy, Rozwój zrównoważony, Zielona logistyka
Renewable energy, Gas emissions, Supply Chain Management (SCM), Economic development, Sustainable development, Green logistics
Uwagi
summ., streszcz., zfsg.
This research is financially supported by the following projects: - "Project of Green Logistics and Environment" (Project No. 2018002), University Students Association of Science and Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Chang'an University, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China 710064. - Scientific Innovation Practice Project of Postgraduate of Chang'an University, Xi'an, China.
Abstrakt
Wstęp: Praca prezentuje wyniki analizy powiązań pomiędzy zieloną logistyką, popytem na energię, konsumpcją energii odnawialnej, wpływem na środowisko oraz zrównoważonym rozwojem ekonomicznych na podstawie 19 rozwiniętych krajów z całego świata w okresie 2008-2017. Dodatkowo, omówiono rozwiniecie zielonej logistyki z poziomu przedsiębiorstwa do poziomu kraju jak również powiązano krajowe ekonomiczne wskaźniki z działalnością zielonej logistyki.
Metody: Zastosowano metodę statystyczną Pools OLS dla sprawdzenia postawionych hipotez, gdzie użyto dane pochodzące z Banku Światowego.
Rezultaty: Na podstawie otrzymanych wyników stwierdzono, że wskaźniki zielonej logistyki wykazują silną pozytywną korelację z zielonymi źródłami energii, przepływem FDI oraz otwartością handlu. Z drugiej strony emisja gazów cieplarnianych oraz węgla wykazuje negatywną korelację z zieloną logistyką. Dodatkowo, energia odnawialna jest wiodącym czynnikiem zielonej logistyki i operacji łańcucha dostaw, wspierającym również ekonomiczny rozwój zrównoważony.
Wnioski: Praca przedstawia powiązania pomiędzy zieloną logistyką a krajowymi wskaźnikami ekonomicznymi i ekologicznymi. Dodatkowo, daje wskazówki dla praktyków, zarządzających średniego szczebla oraz politykom dla lepszego zrozumienia istotności energii odnawialnej oraz zielonych praktyk w operacjach logistycznych. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Background: This study is for examining the association between green logistics, energy demand, renewable energy consumptions, environmental performance and sustainable economic development in a panel of nineteen developed economies around the globe over the period from 2008 - 2017. In addition, the article expands domain of green logistics from firm level to country level and also connects national scale economic indicators with green logistical performance.
Methods: The study employs Pools OLS (ordinary least square) statistical technique to check hypothesis, while secondary data have been used, which were downloaded from the World Bank.
Results: The results reveal that the green logistics indicators have strongly positive correlation with green energy sources, FDI inflows, and Trade openness. On the other hand, greenhouse gas emissions and carbon emissions have negative correlation with green logistics. Furthermore, renewable energy is a driving factor of green logistics and supply chain operations which also promote environmental and economic sustainability.
Conclusion: This article provides the insight of the association between green logistics performance and national scale economic and environmental indicators. In addition, this research will help practitioners, senior managers and policymaker to understand the importance of renewable energy and green practices in logistical operations. (original abstract)
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