Effects of Industrial Ecology Evolution and Business Strategy on Business Regeneration Capacity of an Enterprise

Kuan‑Hung Chen, Hui-Ming Kuo, Jau-Shyong Wang, Tung-Ju Wu

Ekoloji, 2018, Issue 106, Pages: 129-134, Article No: e106036

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Abstract

In the era oriented by knowledge-based economy, the enhancement of large electronic information flowing speed is an important part in the promotion of knowledge-based economic society. By observing the development history of the Internet and high-tech industry, the development of industrial ecology apparently presents recession and then recovery and gets into growth. The emergence, growth, recession, and recovery time for high-tech industry is short, and high-tech industry is still regarded as the future star industry regionally or internationally. To deeply discuss the industrial ecology evolution and business vitality in the period, the academic research and practical application present proper conditions and research value. High-tech industry statistical data provided by Fujian Provincial Government are utilized in this study for secondary data analyses. The research results show significant correlations between 1.ecology evolution and regeneration capacity and 2.business strategy and regeneration capacity. Finally, suggestions are proposed according to the results, expecting to clarify the factors in constructing the regeneration capacity of a business and provide high-tech industry with reference for adjusting the business strategy when encountering industrial ecology changes.

Keywords

high-tech, ecology evolution, business strategy, business regeneration capacity

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