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Sustainable co-governance of smart bike-sharing schemes based on consumers' perspective


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Chen, Haiyun ; Zhu, Ting ; Huo, Jiazhen ; Habisch, André:
Sustainable co-governance of smart bike-sharing schemes based on consumers' perspective.
In: Journal of cleaner production. 260 (2020): 120949.
ISSN 1879-1786


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Smart bike-sharing Schemes (Smart BSSs) have gained much attention with the tide of sharing economy. The unprecedented development of Smart BSSs results in considerable socioeconomic and environmental benefits but also creates new urban governance issues. Previous studies have mostly explored from the perspective of policy and market, but few literature tried to analyze the relationship between different stakeholders and their influence factors from the perspective of consumers. Therefore, the latter will be the focus of this study. 2095 valid online questionnaires were collected through online data collection platform and social media. Conceptual framework, Variable set, descriptive statistics, correlation and regression analysis methods were designed step by step. Study results showed that the consumers’ willingness to participate in co-governance of Smart BSSs is significant and the influence factors presented the diverse characteristics. Finally, this study provided the multi-path solutions for the further co-government. For consumers, positive participation in co-governance of Smart BSSs; For the government and urban managers, it is necessary to constantly optimize related institutional arrangements; For Smart BSSs enterprises, how to adopt rational market behaviors and improve service level will become the key. The study, one the one hand, is devoted to contribute important empirical materials for the in-depth discussion of sharing economy, on the other hand, will provide potential route choices for the further optimization of institutional arrangements in co-governance of Smart BSSs in the future.

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Sprache des Eintrags:Englisch
Institutionen der Universität:Theologische Fakultät > Systematische Theologie > Christliche Sozialethik & Gesellschaftspolitik
Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät > Ethik > Christliche Sozialethik & Gesellschaftspolitik
DOI / URN / ID:10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120949
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