Evolutionary Game Analysis on the Classification Management of Rural Domestic Waste

XING ZHOU, JING LIU, YU ZHANG

Abstract


In February 2018, the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and the General Office of the State Council issued The Three-year Action Plan for the Rehabilitation of Rural Human Settlements, and in this plan, the classification management of rural domestic waste (CMRDW) was given the priority. Although there has been a successful precedent for the CMRDW model of “collection in household, gathering in village, transshipment in town, treatment in county” created by Jinhua District of Zhejiang Province. However, affected by the quality of rural Chinese residents, related management costs and economic benefits and the government's funds, the CMRDW still hinders. Based on the bounded rationality, this paper constructs a game model of three parties including government, enterprises and rural residents, and establishes an evolutionary stability strategy (ESS) based on the replicator dynamic function to explore a Government-Enterprise-Rural Residents model of waste classification management that tripartite will altogether win and find a development path to form a continuous operation platform.

Keywords


Classification Management of Waste, Evolutionary Game, Replicator Dynamic FunctionText


DOI
10.12783/dtem/icem2019/31209

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