Yihui Tian
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A system dynamics model based on evolutionary game theory for green supply chain management diffusion among Chinese manufacturers
Y Tian, K Govindan, Q Zhu
Journal of Cleaner Production 80, 96-105, 2014
An analysis of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions in the Chinese iron and steel industry
Y Tian, Q Zhu, Y Geng
Energy Policy 56, 352-361, 2013
Diffusion of selected green supply chain management practices: an assessment of Chinese enterprises
Q Zhu, Y Tian, J Sarkis
Production Planning & Control 23 (10-11), 837-850, 2012
Energy-related GHG emissions of the textile industry in China
B Huang, J Zhao, Y Geng, Y Tian, P Jiang
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 119, 69-77, 2017
Analysis of greenhouse gas emissions of freight transport sector in China
Y Tian, Q Zhu, K Lai, YHV Lun
Journal of Transport Geography 40, 43-52, 2014
Barriers for household e-waste collection in China: Perspectives from formal collecting enterprises in Liaoning Province
W Wang, Y Tian, Q Zhu, Y Zhong
Journal of Cleaner Production 153, 299-308, 2017
Developing a remanufacturing supply chain management system: a case of a successful truck engine remanufacturer in China
Q Zhu, Y Tian
Production Planning & Control 27 (9), 708-716, 2016
A combined input–output/decision making trial and evaluation laboratory method for evaluating effect of the remanufacturing sector development
Y Feng, Y Tian, Q Zhu
Journal of Cleaner Production 114, 103-113, 2016
Analysis of opportunities for greenhouse emission reduction in the global supply chains of cashew industry in West Africa
M Agyemang, Q Zhu, Y Tian
Journal of Cleaner Production 115, 149-161, 2016
Analysis of an evolutionary game between local governments and manufacturing enterprises under carbon reduction policies based on system dynamics
QH Zhu, YL Wang, YH Tian
Oper. Res. Manag. Sci 23, 71-82, 2014
GHG emission assessment of Chinese container terminals: a hybrid approach of IPCC and input-output analysis
Y Tian, Q Zhu
International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics 7 (6), 758-779, 2015
The paradox of stability and change: a case study
H Lin, T Qu, L Li, Y Tian
Chinese Management Studies, 2019
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